Saturday: For Work and Play

By the end of each week, I'm typically exhausted. But with the return of beautiful weather, sunshine and the impending end of the semester, Saturday has become a day of energy and activity. Here's how I spent last Saturday:

Since it was a balmy 75 degrees, I went for a run in Central Park. It's one of my favorite ways to exercise when it's nice outside and Saturday morning was just perfect.

Our group is entering the final week of rehearsal for our 4th quarter project, "The Dark of the Moon." On Saturdays, we run the show from the top up to the point where we've finished staging and then have notes and cleaning. We worked hard for several hours, but had a good time doing this wild, Appalachian musical! 

After rehearsal, I saw an incredible film at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas called The Salt of the Earth. It's a profound documentary about the life and work of SebastiΓ£o Salgado, a photographer who travelled the world documenting monumental events in our recent history. I highly recommend this film! 

A perfect spring Saturday night wouldn't be complete without a long walk and drinks at a wonderful rooftop beer-garden on the top of Eataly, the most amazing Italian Food Emporium located next to the Flatiron Building.

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