The Rest of March

For the sake of completeness, in March we also saw

  • Odysseus DOA, which was magnificent; I was in tears for most of the show.
  • The Changing Room at T. Schreiber; a privilege to see a show directed by Terry Schreiber, so professional, so smart, such attention to detail.
  • The Oregon Trail, part of the Frigid Festival; this is Julie’s show, and it is (unprejudiced mother’s opinion) very funny and smart.
  • Paradise Lost, part of the Frigid Festival; a one-hour retelling of Milton’s poem with puppets, projections, and passion — it worked beautifully and was immensely true to the original.
  • Lily Thomlin at the Count Basie; she is so warm and so funny.
  • The Houdini exhibit at the Jewish Museum.

And I read:

  • Simon Callow’s Orson Welles, Volume 1: The Road to Xanadu, which I do intend to write more about.

And we watched, among others:

  • Woody Allen’s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, which we disliked and saw little of interest or value in.
  • The Social Network, which I intend to post about separately.
  • The American, which we found very boring and slight.

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