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The Lunch Hour

11 Sep

A spritely script and punchy performances made for an engaging opening night for Chris Aronsten’s The Lunch Hour.

This funny play centres on the strained relationship between a group of co-workers in a ticketing agency’s call centre and their boss Martin, a hapless victim of middle management. In the first act we see the staff doing everything they can to frustrate Martin by avoiding actually answering calls while procrastinating about their covert collective effort at writing a play lampooning their longsuffering boss for…

The rest of this post is published on Australian Stage.

 
 

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