There should be a more substantive post later today, but I’ve fallen terribly behind on everything. I was in NYC all day yesterday waiting on line for tickets to the Shakespeare in the Park production of All’s Well that Ends Well which was an absolute riot. If you’re in the NYC area, definitely spend a morning in Central Park on line waiting for tickets. Between the line and the show, my mom and a college friend of mine went to see the “Savage Beauty” Alexander McQueen installation at the Met, which I also recommend highly (and which also entails a lengthy queue). The images above and below are from the exhibit.
Of course, since I was out Sunday night, I missed one of the most exciting televised events of the season. I’m not going to engage in any cutesy, NBA-related misdirection, when the title of the post has given my priorities away. This morning was a Tony-watching party with my family and at least one of the Best Musical nominees is marginally related to the theme of the blog. When I was at Daylight Atheism, seeing The Book of Mormon on Broadway provided inspiration for two posts, and one of the songs I cited was performed last night:
Norbert Leo Butz’s performance in the Catch Me If You Can musical is relevant to… my previous hardliner affinity for Kantianism? Well, relevant or not, it was phenomenal.