This weekend, I caught Dance Kaleidoscope’s “Funny Feet,” The Phoenix Theatre’s “End Days,” Beef & Board’s “Run for Your Wife” and stopped in, briefly, at the Midwest Museum of Contemporary Art’s “Backyard” at the Harrison Center.
In short, I spent a lot of the weekend laughing.
While I organize my thoughts into this week’s review for the print edition of IBJ, I’m officially declaring Monday to be You-review-it Day here at the A&E blog.
So what did you see, read or experience this weekend?
Whether it was a play, a concert, a new DVD release or an art exhibition, let’s talk about it. Post your comments, make recommendations, or respond to other readers’ comments, below.
(Publicists and those affiliated with the producing companies, please identify yourself when posting. And don’t talk about your own events.)
And just in case you spent the weekend in hibernation and have nothing to review, I raise another question: Does comedy deserve more respect in the arts? Do we devalue the arts when they want us to laugh?
Your thoughts (and reviews)?