Friday, July 11, 2008

Casual Frogday

Edward Albee
(greatest living American Playwright) and a green plastic frog.

One year at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, I took pictures of everyone with a little green plastic frog. (The year before, I asked everyone on video tape, including Jerry Stiller, John Guare, and the late great August Wilson, who their favorite muppet was. I should digitize those and post them.) I still have the frog.

I stole the idea of “Casual Friday” from Laurie, whose blog is on hiatus as she relocates to Iowa for law school. Sniff. Sniff.

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