The Puddingstone Project was proud to be part of it. Sunday, we performed a 20-minute family show at the top of the hour in the rotunda. Those four shows allowed us to perform in front of families escaping the rain, children running (no running!) through the museum to get their passports stamped, and couples taking in the art before and after the wonderful beers.
Many thanks to Hazel Black, who joined Beth and Kevin on stage (well, on four sheets of dance floor over marble — definitely the shiniest and boomiest house we’ve ever played). And thanks to the Dayton Art Institute for having us.
Beth and Kevin will be performing their family show for a troop of Girl Scouts in October, and are looking for more schools and groups to perform for as the season goes on. Feel free to suggest yours!
To see more images and video from today’s performances, click here. And please follow PuddingstoneProject on Instagram for images of future performances.