Lunchtime

THEATER OF THE APES PRESENTS

LUNCHTIME

at The Brick!

March 3 – 18, 2017

A cautionary tale of office romance in the time of the Deli Wars.  Love. Cavemen.  No bad words.

Lunchtime will be running in repertory with Zamboni Godot by Ayun Halliday at The Brick, 579 Metropolitan Ave at Lorimer Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (G to Metropolitan, L to Lorimer)

PERFORMANCES

Friday, March 3, 8pm!

Saturday, March 4, 4pm!

Sunday, March 5, 4pm!

Wednesday, March 8, 8pm!

Friday, March 10 8pm!

Saturday, March 11 4pm!

Sunday, March 12, 8pm!

Friday, March 17, 8pm!

Saturday, March 18 4pm! !

Tickets: $18 Discounts available for ticket purchasers electing to see both Zamboni Godot and Lunchtime on a single day. Purchase online at www.bricktheater.com.

Running time: Approx 90 min, no intermission

More information: http://www.theater-of-the-apes.com

Press Inquiries: Ayun Halliday

718-415-8552 ayunhalliday@gmail.com

Written and directed by Greg Kotis

Produced by Theater of the Apes

Featuring Amy Berryman, Ayun Halliday, Milo Kotis, Bob Laine and Micah Sherman

Set Design: Marc Aubin

GREG KOTIS (playwright/director) is the author of many plays and musicals including Urinetown (Book/Lyrics), Give the People What They Want, Michael von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards, Yeast Nation (Book/Lyrics), The Truth About Santa, Pig Farm, Eat the Taste, and Jobey and Katherine. Future projects include ZM, an original musical about teenaged fast-food workers trying to survive a zombie plague, and a musical adaptation of The Sting. Greg is a member of the Neo-Futurists, the Cardiff Giant Theater Company, ASCAP, and the Dramatists Guild. He grew up in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, and now lives in New York City. gregkotis.com/! !!

Theater of the Apes (producer) is an East Harlem-based company dedicated to presenting original, affordable, comic work most commercial producers would find laughable. Founded in the late 90s by Ayun Halliday and Greg Kotis, the Apes managed just one credit – the original New York International Fringe Festival production of Urinetown: The Musical, prior to disappearing from view due to the exigencies of parenthood. Human see, human do: 2017 marks the Return of the Theater of the Apes. http://www.theater-of-the-apes.com.  Theater of the Apes is a fiscally-sponsored project of Fractured Atlas1270 5th Avenue, 7D, New York, NY 10029 ayun.halliday@gmail.com