An Object at Brunch Tends to Stay at Brunch

The 2014 Science Brunch Sunday, 1/5 at 1pm

This batch of plays tackle science and tech from a variety of (mostly comic) angles.
Drinks pancakes and bacon start at 12:30, performances start at 1pm. 


SCIENCE FAIR
by Chiara Atik

directed by Colette Robert*
with RJ Tolan*, Graeme Gillis* and Hanna Cheek 

Fourth grade science is a cut-throat business, especially among Park Slope parents. 


THE LACRHYMATORY FACTOR
by Clare Barron

directed by Linsay Firman*
with Megan Hill*, Heather Robb and Darcy Fowler*

The advent of onions without the enzyme that makes you cry does nothing to improve the emotional lives of three women. 


ALL THE TWINS IN SWITZERLAND
by Alex Borinsky

directed by John Giampietro*with Lou Liberatore*, Susan Merson*, Justin Perkins, Debbie Lee Jones*, Justin Perkins, Cory Antiel and Jonathan Randell Silver*

A young man's coming out to his grandfather which erupts into a
family-wide debate on whether his sexuality is a product of biology or
choice. 


THE TROUGH
by Cory Finley

directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt
with Danielle Slavick and Haskell King*

Watch the evolving relationship of a climatologist and a zoologist, as they
try to make their own fun at the McMurdo research station. 


FOREST FOR THE TREES
by Anna Moench

directed by RJ Tolan*
with Meera Kumbhani, Steve Boyer* and Sean McIntyre

Progress in forestry technology both puts forestry at risk as a career and ruins a perfectly good one-night stand between a student and his adjunct professor. 


GEMENOID F
by Leah Nanako Winkler

directed by Matt Dickson*
with Mari Yamamoto, Joel de la Fuente and Lilli Stein

A young woman attempts to seduce a renowned robots scientist but struggles to compete with his latest creation.