Sunday, December 16, 2007

Weekend Update

After the highs of last week's concerts (which included the two I've already written about, plus a choir concert last Sunday and another YLT show on Monday) came some various lows, but also some more sustained highs with Tom Stoppard's Rock 'n' Roll, Aaron Sorkin's The Farnsworth Invention, and Angela Harriel's The Nutcracker: Rated R. Three very different pieces of performance, two On Broadway, one waaaaay Off, each with its pros and cons, but each also with an important spark of life. I'll try to put in more specific thoughts about these sometime soon; that will depend on, well... a bunch of things.

Besides that, I got to go to a really rad party in Dumbo, hosted by a designer I know and a couple people (another designer and an architect, I think) who share a studio with him. It was a good group of people, including some famous and semi-famous personalities, got to meet some interesting folks and I got to see a friend I don't get to see often enough, so that was bitchen. And I got to some other friends' Christmas Carol in Manhattan too. Oh - and some really good Ethiopian food at a place in Hell's Kitchen called Meskerem. Yum!

'Tis most definitely the season.

3 comments:

David F. Slone, Esq. said...

As one of the producers of Nutcracker: Rated R, I'd like to thank you for putting us in the the company of Sorkin and Stoppard, not to mention Meskerem!

Megan said...

Mmm, Meskerem is my favorite! Thanks again for coming to the party--so good to see you! xo

mick said...

I will try to write more comments on the R-Rated Nutcracker, but for now - you're welcome! Good show.

And megan-the party was great-thanks so much for the invite!! Loved getting to know more of your peeps, too.