Sunday, November 4, 2012


This weekend has been very cultural for the Medina girlies, Nasher yesterday and the Irving Art Center today.

Siobain has a monthly paper due about a live performance for theater. So today we saw Rough Crossing, a zany comedy about two playwrights, a composer, and two actors setting sail for New York... With four days to get their play ready.

It was fun. A little pricey at $20 a ticket. It had a nice set and the acting was surprisingly good.

But the best part? I was the second youngest person in the audience, the only person younger was my 13-year-old daughter. We stood out from in crowd :)

They also have a small sculpture garden and Siobain had some really insightful comments on the subjectivity of what makes a piece "museum" worthy.

I enjoyed Dwelling by Larry Whiteley.

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