Lucky Plush’ SuperStrip – Coming Soon

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Lucky Plush Three Performances Only:

September 29, 30 and October 1, 2016

About Lucky Plush’s SuperStrip–

SuperStrip (Trip the Light Fantastic: The Making of SuperStrip) is an animated graphic novel in contemporary dance form presented by Chicago dance troupe Lucky Plush Productions.  This new genre combines immersive video, comic book graphics and sound effects.

LuckyPlush_SuperStrip 8 copyMeet a group of washed up superheroes who decide to start a nonprofit think tank.  They get in way over their heads.

This is a repeat performance of a work originally commissioned by  Chicago’s Harris Theater for Music and Dance and the Pamela Crutchfield Dance Fund of the Imagine Campaign.


LuckyPlush_SuperStrip 17 copySuperStrip Choreographer:

Julia Rhoads

SuperStrip Music:

Michael Caskey

With visual designer Liviu Pasare , lighting designer Kevin Rechner , sound designer Mikhail Fiksel , and costume designer Jeff Hancock.


September 29, 30 and October 1, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.


Dance Center of Columbia College

1306 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL.


$30/$24 seniors

Purchase tickets online at dancecenterpresents , or call The Dance Center of Columbia College Box Office, (312) 369­8330 .


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About Lucky Plush Productions

Lucky Plush Productions is a Chicago­based dance theater company led by founder and Artistic Director Julia Rhoads.

Lucky Plush is known for storytelling via highly engaging hybrids of contemporary dance and theater.  They make you laugh.

Since 2000, Lucky Plush has created 30 original dance­theater works.  This has included 14 evening­length productions. In addition to regularly performing in Chicago, the company has presented work in over 40 US cities from Maine to Hawaii.  Lucky Plush partners with international dance companies from New Zealand to Cuba and more.

Commissioners include the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Krannert Center at University of Illinois, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (MD), Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (VT), and Links Hall Chicago.


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