Riverwalk debates art while musicians host multiple concerts

Act I: Blank canvas sparks fiery debate in Riverwalk comedy What exactly is art? It’s a question that people have debated ever since prehistoric folk began covering cave walls with pictures of their hunting prowess. Mix in contemporary art forms and the arguments grow even more heated. Riverwalk Theatre—which is […]

Act I: Blank canvas sparks fiery debate in Riverwalk comedy

What exactly is art? It’s a question that people have debated ever since prehistoric folk began covering cave walls with pictures of their hunting prowess. Mix in contemporary art forms and the arguments grow even more heated.

Riverwalk Theatre—which is home not just to two stages for its shows, but a gallery of rotating art in their lobby—is opening Yasmina Reza’s “Art” on April 21. It will run Thursdays through Sundays until May 1.

This comedy centers around three friends, Serge, Marc and Yvan and is set in Paris. Serge invites his friends over because he wants to show off his latest art acquisition—one that cost a pretty penny. After the big reveal, it is immediately apparent that the trio cannot agree on its artistic value. Then, as art discussions do, the argument turns from the purely theoretical to the personal.

https://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/entertainment/arts/2022/04/13/riverwalk-debates-art-musicians-host-multiple-concerts/50066693/

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