The Annadroid army is set to invade Columbus one last time. Anna Sullivan, who gave her name to that clone brigade, departs soon for Los Angeles in search of fame, fortune and the plastic ideal.

The Annadroid army is set to invade Columbus one last time. Anna Sullivan, who gave her name to that clone brigade, departs soon for Los Angeles in search of fame, fortune and the plastic ideal.

"I realize the irony of Anna and the Annadroids taking off for La La Land, the breeding ground for superficial lifestyles, but honestly doesn't it just make sense?" Sullivan asked. "I think it's just what they need, and I will fit in quite nicely."

Sullivan's latest electro-opera, "Plastic Pleasures," began life with the title "TerrorEyes," after a song she wrote earlier this year.

"I felt that the song was the best I've made so far," she explained, "and I was excited to create an entire concert around it. After developing the show over the past few months, everything naturally evolved and instead of allowing the title of 'TerrorEyes' to pigeonhole me into a specific concept, I went with the flow, and the new title 'Plastic Pleasures' came to be."

Columbus is a great place to experiment with innovative ideas, Sullivan said. She expects to return here periodically to update audiences on the Annadroids' latest exploits. "I also hope that some new talent steps up and gives Columbus some crazy performance art that pushes boundaries and opens minds," she said.

In the meantime, our last chance (for a while) to be influenced by the Annadroids comes this weekend.

In her notes, Sullivan describes the idea behind "Plastic Pleasures:" "Plastic is God. It is powerful, it makes us beautiful, it brings us pleasure, it feeds us, it destroys us and it never goes away."

Sadly, though, Anna Sullivan does.