Were you art-full this past week?

Unless you count the Sinbad stunt show at Universal Orlando, I’ve been a quart low on the arts this past week (and a week behind in posting contributions to BAMirror). Be sure to check out our reviews of “Assassins” and “Master Class” below, and please add your own contributions. What did YOU see/hear/watch/participate in this past week? (Remember: You no longer have to register to add comments to BAMirror.)

One Response to “Were you art-full this past week?”

  1. Kellie Says:

    I saw KNOW Theatre’s “An Evening With Edward Albee” on opening night — and I was very impressed. “Counting the Ways” is full of beautiful language and will make you laugh and make you think. The actors who play the couple are very endearing. “Listening” is intensely emotion and intellectual. It’s a very challenging show, but if you’re a fan of Edward Albee (who wrote “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) you should really check it out — it’s playing for two more weekends. See: http://www.knowtheatre.org for dates and times.

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