The New Colony’s FRAT
Ran September 16, 2011 - October 22, 2011

You are cordially invited to a party at Theta Pi Psi fraternity, the best house on campus at a southern college. Back by popular demand, this remount of The New Colony’s sellout hit comedy by Evan Linder (author of 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, and 11:11) puts you right in the middle of the action as you follow four college freshmen from their first party at the house through their pledge period and Hell Week. If you’ve been a fraternity or sorority member, FRAT will take you right back to your days in the house. If you weren’t, this is your chance to see what it might have been like!

Don’t be disappointed - our 2009 performances sold out quickly - so buy your tickets now!

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The New Colony’s FRAT is Presented by John Olson/Hatmaker Theatrical Productions In association with The New Colony, Nathan Gardner and Karen Davidov

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Venue
The Apartment Lounge

Frat is playing at the Apartment Lounge at 2251 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago in the heart of the Lincoln Park neighborhood. 

The Apartment Lounge is located above the Lion Head Pub, which offers a full menu of tasty burgers, sandwiches, salads & appetizers for pre or post-show dining. 

Tickets are available right next door at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln, Online, or by phone at 773-404-7336.

If buying or picking up your tickets the night of the performance, stop at the Greenhouse Theater Center Box Office before going to The Apartment.

HOW DO I GET THERE?
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Red Line or Brown Line EL: Get off at the Fullerton stop. All trains (plus the Purple Line during weekday rush hours only) stop there. When you exit the station, turn right and walk one block east and then two blocks south on Lincoln Ave. The Apartment Lounge is on the left side of Lincoln Avenue, just past Children's Memorial Hospital, 6 doors south of Belden Avenue & Starbucks.

Lincoln Ave. Bus #11: Get off at Lincoln & Orchard, walk 1 block south

Fullerton Ave. Bus #74: Get off at Lincoln & Belden, walk 1 block south.

BY CAR

Edens or Kennedy Expressway (Interstate 90/94)

From the North: Exit at Fullerton, turn left at the bottom of the ramp on to Fullerton Ave. heading east. Drive approximately 2 miles east. Make a soft right on to Lincoln Ave. at the major intersection of Lincoln/Fullerton/Halsted, drive past hospital, and the Apartment Lounge and Lion Head Pub are on your left, between Belden and Webster, just next to the Greenhouse Theater Center.

From the South: Exit at Fullerton, turn right at the bottom of the ramp on to Fullerton Ave. heading east. Drive approximately 2 miles east. Make a soft right on to Lincoln Ave. at the major intersection of Lincoln/Fullerton/Halsted, drive past hospital, and the and the Apartment Lounge and Lion Head Pub are on your left, between Belden and Webster, just next to the Greenhouse Theater Center.

Lake Shore Drive

From the North or South: exit at Fullerton, and head west about one mile. Make a hard left on to Lincoln Ave. at the major intersection of Lincoln/Fullerton/Halsted, drive past hospital, and the Apartment Lounge and Lion Head Pub is on your left, between Belden and Webster, just next to the Greenhouse Theater Center.

PARKING: $6.00 discount parking is available at Children���s Memorial Hospital, 2316 N. Lincoln and at Parking in the Park, 550 W. Webster with your ticket stub or validation from Greenhouse Theater Center box office.

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Press
Chicago Tribune: Chris Jones
"...an exceptionally sharp and fearless ensemble of 18 young actors"
TimeOut Chicago: Dan Jakes
"...a hell of a good time"
Chicago Tribune: Nina Metz
***1/2 "The laughs come fast & furious. A deft and realistic portrayal of a campus subculture. Linder has written some terrifically naturalistic banter."
Chicago Reader: Tony Adler
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. "A robust environmental staging with nothing but sharp performances."
Centerstage Chicago: Rory Leahy
A MUST SEE. "This stuff is as scary as it is fun."
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