You-review-it Monday

A busy, rewarding A&E weekend included Butler University's charming–and sold out–"As You Like It,"  the final performance of "Neat" at the IRT, "The Storytelling Ability of a Boy" at the Phoenix Theatre (yes, it's one of the worst titles I've heard in a long time, but an engaging play) and my first encounter with No Exit TheatreCompany, performing at Big Car Gallery.

Speaking of galleries, it was also First Friday weekend, which included a stop at the Harrison Center's exhibition of works by Emma Overman and a look at Matthew Steele's  sculptures at the Dean Johnson Gallery on Mass Ave.

All that, and a Saturday in Medora, IN, as a judge at the National Maple Syrup Festival (which continues next weekend).

 

 So I suppose you can understand why I slept in today.  

 

I'll be writing about some of the above in upcoming blogs and in the print IBJ.

In the meantime, what did you get to this weekend?

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