e enjte, 19 korrik 2007

The Life & Times of Little Lord and Little Lady Winky-Dinks

She made the comment in an article that garbled on about her many closets, including a venus in furs closet. How could one forget such richness of detail? A dozen Hermès bags. More than 100 pairs of Manolo Blahniks, whatever those are. She posed with her husband in a gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown on the lawn of their Palm Beach estate, her feet bare, the soles charmingly dirty. Very Holly Golightly. The Church of Winky-Dinks has consistently attracted desperate artists and entertainers, particularly Hollywood celebrities like Kiefer Sutherland. Lord and Lady Winky-Dinks saw to the formation of a special Church of Winky-Dinks altar which would cater to starving artists, corrupt politicians, bankrupt captains of industry, discredited sports figures and anyone else with the power and vision "to create a better world for those of us with glorious wealth". Publicity has been generated by the Celebrity Winky-Dink Friends (CWDF) in the entertainment industry on a tax-deductible basis, first come first served. With this ad-hoc group of brilliant albeit has-been performing artists, and assisted by the leftover unemployed stage hands from 2004's Coachella, they begun the process of translating text's content, structure, and white space into choreography, sound score, light plots, all set for events at Toronto's upcoming Nuit Blanche and Harbourfront Centre's Hatch: Emerging Performance Projects. Project collaborators include Matt Damon, who's developing the set, props, and wardrobe. It's an invigorating way to bend the mind, and they are glad to not yet have to leave the bewitching company of sleep and mothballs.

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