If you have a choice of seeing Museum, the current production of the Hedgerow Theater, or visiting the real thing, you'd probably be better off going to the museum.
There is certainly more substance, artfulness and - if you are at all inclined toward the visual arts - entertainment to be found in the works hanging on museum walls than in Tina Howe's obvious, frequently strained comedy spoofing modern art and museumgoers.
The play is set in the gallery of a museum on the last day of an exhibit titled "The Broken Silence." It consists of the work of three artists: a painter whose four exhibited paintings are all white; a sculptor who works with found objects such as rocks, feathers and bones; and another sculptor whose work consists of clothed cutout figures hanging on a clothesline. Viewers gush over these obviously absurd works and a tour guide analyzes them in long passages of art-speak gibberish.