You-review-it Monday

For me, the weekend included Butler University Theatre's production of the sanskrit farce "The Prince and the Prostitute" as well as a listen to students and graduates of Butler's Music Department performing music inspired by Kurt Vonnegut as part of a Spirit and Place Festival event. Go Bulldogs, indeed.

I also made a valiant effort to see "Red Hot Patriot" at Cardinal Stage in Bloomington, but a twist of fate brought me back to Indy prematurely in a tow truck. 

How about you? Did you attend any Spirit and Place events? Catch the very strong "Jericho" at the Phoenix Theatre? Visit the Indianapolis Museum of Art for the opening weekend of the Tawara Yusaka show (I'll be stopping in this week) or the Eiteljorg for its contemporary art show (ditto)? 

What did you see, hear or do this weekend?

Your thoughts?

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