A Day at the Museum ContestBy Laura & Mike Clark • Jul 9th, 2011 • Category: Contest
A Day at the Museum, by Brian Wilbur Grundstrom, is a wordless ensemble mime comedy set to an original orchestral score by Brian Wilbur Gundstrom. A nude woman in a painting looks out at people whose lives intersect while visiting an art museum. The centerpiece of the play is that of three paintings which capture the essence of a single woman at various stages in her life from innocence and motherhood to empowered sexuality a la the nude. This same woman, older now, visits the museum with her adult daughter to reveal the paintings to her. More information on the production can be found at BrianWilbur.com/
Performances will be at The Warehouse on:
- Sunday, July 10th 6:30 pm
- Friday, July 15th 10 pm
- Saturday, July 16th 7 pm
- Wednesday, July 20th 10:15 pm
- Saturday, July 23rd 2:15 pm
Theatre is said to reflect life. With that in mind, would you ever pose nude for an oil painting and why? And when you visit an art museum, do you ever think the paintings are looking back? If so, what might they be thinking?
Answer one (or both!) of these questions in the comment area below. The “best” response will win this prize package:
- Two tickets to Saturday, July 23rd, 2:15 PM performance at the Warehouse
- Lunch with composer
- Backstage “pass” to meet the cast
- Signed poster
- CD package (includes ALL Brian Wilbur Grundstrom CD’s, including his nominated work from last year’s sold out Pepe! The Mail Order Monkey Musical.
Deadline for entries is 11pm on Thursday, July 21st. The winner will be contacted by email.
Disclaimer: Brian Wilbur Grundstrom provided the prize package to ShowBizRadio to be given away.
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Laura & Mike Clark started ShowBizRadio in August 2005 because they love live theater. They each have both performed in and worked behind the scenes in DC area productions, as well as earned a Career Studies Certificate in Theater from Northern Virginia Community College. Mike & Laura are each members of the American Theatre Critics Association, and Mike is a member of the Online News Association.