Review "Songs for a Future Generation": Dancing to Its Own Tune!


Lights Out Theatre presents

Songs for a Future Generation

Written by Joe Tracz
Directed by Mary Rose O'Connor
At EP Theatre, 1820 S. Halsted

Thru March 13th  (more info)

What does the future hold? The good news is dance parties! The bad news is no lobster! Lights Out Theatre Company presents Songs for a Future Generation. Set in the future, in a galaxy far, far away, Songs for a Future Generation imagines the SFAFG1continued challenges of hosting successful theme parties, searching for 'the one', and saving the... rock lobster. It is present day themes with science fiction twists. The party hosts are clones. The love seeker is a time traveler. The seafood advocate is an  intergalactic fugitive. Songs for a Future Generation is multiple stories unfolding during a series of dance parties. Watching the show is like being a wallflower, you are delighted by the rocking bash but uncertain how to engage in what's happening.

Read the rest of the review at Chicago Theatre Blog.

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