Theatre KAPOW will present a play reading of Sight Unseen, winner of the 1992 Obie Award. This is the story of an American mega-artist so successful he’s had the obligatory profile in Vanity Fair and can claim astronomical prices for his works sight unseen from a waiting list of wealthy patrons. In England for a retrospective of his paintings, the artist goes into the countryside to visit his original muse and lover, the “sacrificial shiksa” whom he abandoned in his quest for the opulent life which now devours him. Following the reading, Dr. Landis K. Magnuson, professor of theater at St. Anselm College will lead a brief discussion in the auditorium. Free with Museum general admission.