ArtInfo has a great, lengthy, three page review of this weekend’s star studded event, Francesco Vezzoli‘s staging of the play Right You Are (If You Think You Are) at the Guggenheim in NY. Cate Blancehett was in it and people like David Byrne, Peter Sarsgaard and Natalie Portman were in the audience. But unlike, say, a regular play that made any sense, this was more of a piece of performance art. And if someone will read all three pages of this review and please let us know just what is going on, we would really appreciate it. We got about five paragraphs in and our brains melted. Still, in terms of art, it sounds pretty cool (i.e. if Peter Sarsgaard thinks it’s great, then so do we).