University Theatre will present Joseph Langham’s “Out to Lunch” at 7:30 p.m. Nov.10, 11, 16, 17 and 18 and at 2 p.m. on Nov. 11 in the F. Perry Smith Studio Theatre of the Performing Arts Center.
In “Out to Lunch,” two clueless geeks, Numba Won and Numba Too, begin a meaningless, daylong “campout” at a diner where an eclectic, absurd and often irreverent array of characters labor to make their diner experience fulfilling. A Waitress, a Jesterdishwasherfrenchef and the world’s largest Busboy, among others, are then joined by a lone Gunman who sporadically dashes onto the stage itching for some random act of violence.
Rowdy and risky, yet entirely pertinent and entertaining, “Out to Lunch” has been described as a “dada allegorical farce” about—among other things—the dangers of apathy. Deliberately off-the-wall and provoking, this play will jolt you from the norm and keep you laughing all the way!
“Out to Lunch” is recommended for mature audiences.
Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for non-students. For reservations and information, call the theatre box office at (301) 687-7462.
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