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February 26, 2010 / lotcchicago

The Reviews Are In!

“[Song For a Future Generation] can only be described as a neon- striped success.”

~Chicago Weekly

 

“The folks at Lights Out Theatre Company sure have loads of chutzpah….” Tom Williams, Chicago Theatre Critic

Jaclyn Keough and fellow castmates of Song For a Future Generation. Photo Courtesy of NK Mooneyham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Director Mary Rose O’Connor has assembled a fresh, lively cast who manage to keep the tone just right….” Chicago Theatre Addict

Jessica Nielson as the sex-kitten bounty hunter Shy

 

“…moments like the cast’s tour de force ‘Rock Lobster’ dance number make us wish this party would last longer…” Time Out Chicago

“Kudos to the young artists at Lights Out Theatre troupe for stretching boundaries. …. The sheer energy and raw talent of this cast will impress you.” Tom Williams, Chicago Theatre Critic

 

“energetic and committed”  

~Time Out Chicago 

 

  

“an outrageous celebration of one of the sappiest eras in the history of American film.”Chicago Weekly

R. Alex Kliner as Log's Dude. Photo courtesy of NK Mooneyham

 

“Laughter ricocheted off the theater’s walls every time the actors began their synchronized swaying and goose-stepping to tracks reminiscent of any soft-focus prom scene from a quarter century ago.” Chicago Weekly

 

Bobby Libby as Log and Alyse Kittner as Thena wait for the star to explode. Photo courtesy of NK Mooneyham

 

L to R: Marika 2 (Haily Wineland), Marika 1 (Annie Lydia Litchfield) and Marika 3 (Andrea Decamp). Photo Courtesy of NK Mooneyham

 

 

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