Lucky Plush Productions

A breathtaking comic approach to serious issues.

Thursday, March 14 at 8:00 pm

Wright Auditorium

Reserved seating by zone: $45/$35/$25/$15. Single tickets on sale September 3 at 8:00 am.

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Description

Lucky Plush’s newest dance-theater work, Rooming House, begins with an intimate conversation among friends recalling stories of people who’ve taken actions with potentially devastating costs. When the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is mentioned, varied interpretations and contemporary associations propel the group into a physically and psychologically complex game of whodunit. Playful and personal, Rooming House offers a lively blueprint for pursuing the question: what makes a person do something that could have shattering and irreparable consequences?

 

This performance and residency is funded in part by a grant from South Arts Dance Touring Initiative in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.


Performance timing

70 minutes with no intermission


Press

“Delicious humor and a dark, poignant undercurrent///both charming and memorably provocative.” -The Boston Globe


About the company

Lucky Plush Productions presents dance theater that is richly and uncompromisingly layered, and delivers the work in inviting and relatable ways. The company is often recognized for its complex choreography, surprising humor and incisive commentary on contemporary culture. In Lucky Plush, MacArthur Award winner Julia Rhoads has created a company that is committed to provoking and supporting an immediacy of presence, a palpable liveness, shared by performers in real time with the audience. Rhoads leads her dancers into a contemporary expression of theater punctuated with humor, irony and physicality that illuminates our modern lives.


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Venue information

Wright Auditorium


Series

This event is a part of the S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series. Founded in 1962, SRAPAS presents world-class touring artists to support the quality of life of all eastern North Carolinians.


Tickets

Buy tickets online or call 252-737-5444.