Wearable Wednesday Munsoo Kwon

As a devoted aunt, I never miss one of the kiddies school theatricals- but this years Montessori productions have been the best!

I had no idea anyone had written a rap version of Fiddler on the Roof-

Or ‘Crucible- the Musical!’

Death of a Salesman done with supporting characters as puppets was a bit of a stretch for me too, but gosh those kids nailed it!

A ballet based o the Harrison Ford film Witness was a truly inspired idea!

Well, maybe not as inspired as the troubled backstory of young street artist Obi Wan Kenobi- that brought tears to these jaded eyes!

Support the arts, people- one day your niece could be Hester Prynne- and you’ll be so proud!

Photo credits: vogue.com

16 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Munsoo Kwon

  1. Judith A Stansky says:

    You made a deal with this designer beforehand, didn’t you. Your commentary was too spot on. I don’t know where you find these, but I’m so glad you do– my favorite midweek laughs. I think we have some contenders for the 2017 Butt Ugly Awards this week. Oy vey!


  2. Who doesn’t need a crushed velvet cape-bomber thing? And throwing in matching crushed velvet pants was truly a stroke of genius! This has to be the first time I can remember where I looked at velvet and thought…NOPE.

    Your take had me truly LOL-ing. 😀

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