Brooke and I went to the Brooklyn Academy of Music to see the This American Life production of the Invisible Made Visible. It was a two hour extravaganza of humor, stories, interactive music, dancing and, well, I’m not sure how you would characterize this:
Ya’know, I can totally see this, for some reason.
After the program, there was about an hour of Q&A. Part of this program is already available in podcast form here. But if you want to see what we saw, you’re going to have to wait for the DVD. Definitely worth it. Expect it around pledge time. ;-)
The kid was a starry eyed fangirl around Ira Glass, who generously gave us tickets to the performance. Afterwards, she got to talk with him and he recommended a site for teenaged girls that his wife had recently discovered and was promoting called rookiemag.com. Then they posed for pictures. My camera was acting really strangely whenever I tried to get a shot of Glass. For some reason, my hand got in the way or his aura gave off too much glare. I’m telling you, it was unnatural, if you get my meaning. But I did manage to get a of good one when he said to Brooke, “Ok, let’s pose for a serious one.” Here it is:
One other thing: