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January 18, 2010 / lotcchicago

Song For a Future Generation

In the future, on a space ship orbiting a star set to explode at any minute, three clones named Marika are throwing a theme party. At the party there’s an angst-y psychic, a fighter pilot & his party animal best friend, a time traveler in search of the girl of his dreams, a shape-shifter, a bounty hunter, an escaped convict, and the galaxy’s last living rock lobster. In the style of 1980s teen movies (and set to the tune of new-wave dance hits), these characters are all trying to find their match, their identity, and real human connections in a world of technology… all before the star explodes.

Lights Out Theatre Company is thrilled to invite you to the world premiere of Song for a Future Generation, a science fiction spectacle dance party play by Joe Tracz. Under the direction of Executive Artistic Director, Mary Rose O’Connor Song for a Future Generation opens February 18, 2010 at EP Theater, 1820 S. Halsted, Chicago.

Performances run Thursday through Saturday, February 18-March 13, at 8pm. Special industry performances are Monday March 1 and March 8 at 8pm. Tickets are $15, or $10 for industry.

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Song for a Future Generation features:

Andrea Decamp Amanda Goodyear, Angela Johnson, Jaclyn Keough, Alyse Kittner, R. Alex Kliner, Bobby Libby, Anne Litchfield, Jonathan Matteson, Jessica Neilson, Claire Tuft, and Haily Wineland.

Stage managed by Christina Dougherty, with costume designs by Bradley Burgess-Donaleski, lighting design by Casey Diers, sound design by R. Alex Kliner, choreography by Anna Lucero, and property design by Lindsay Monahan.


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