Thursday, October 6, 2016

The Museum at FIT: Uniformity and 1001 Nights: A Love Story About Loving Stories


Me - The Museum at FIT''s exhibit Uniformity was fascinating. It was made up of uniforms and also clothes that were made to look like uniforms. Some of the outfits were very interesting. Some were strange. Some I liked, and some I didn't. There was one that looked kind of like a sailor's outfit. I really liked it. It was really sparkly. There was also one that looked kind of like a McDonald's uniform. I thought that was strange. I wouldn't want to wear an outfit that looks like a McDonald's uniform unless I worked there. It looks strange if you don't work there. There was also one section where there was a man's tuxedo and a kid sized tuxedo. The mannequin wearing the kid sized tuxedo also had a big top hat. I liked that it was a kid. All the rest of clothes were for adults, mostly women but some men. They also had football related clothes including a dress. It looked like a nightgown. All in all, it was very interesting. The exhibit is only open for a limited time so you should see it before it closes.

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We were given free tickets to 1001 Nights: A Love Story About Loving Stories for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own based on viewing the show.
Me - 1001 Nights: A  Love Story About Loving Stories was delightful. The story was exciting and adventurous. It was about a girl named Sheri who liked telling stories. She told a story about a prince who hated women and a he wanted to marry a new woman every night and the next morning chop off their head.There was one girl in the kingdom who wanted to marry him because she thought that with her stories she could get him to stop doing that. All of the stories she told were also part of the story that Sheri was telling. The stories were interesting. They were about different things including a fisherman and a genie. There were three puppets that belonged to Sheri, and they came to life as part of the stories she told. Overall, the whole show was enjoyable. The plot was intriguing. The acting was good. The characters were mostly likeable. The characters were funny too. It was the kind of shows that people of all ages would like except babies who get bored easily.

And that's Aurella's view. Tune in tomorrow for Funtivity Friday.

Photo credits: 1001 Nights: A Love Story About Loving Stories photo by Joanne Bouknight

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