Are they being framed for biting the ears off of Easter Bunnies?

Is this is an attempt for a Spring Festivus?

Did someone go cuckoo over a cask of crème de cacao?

Has experimental theatre gone too darn far?
It's a film set, although a strangely minimalist one. Each of the actors is in a mockup of a window (it makes no sense that his has no partial surround of a wall, but whatever); they are Lonely People in the Big City. She's got her Easter bonnet out, and is disconsolately staring at the Hollywood-magic moon wishing for a man. The other actor is extending a box of candy to her on the end of a polo mallet. "What does a woman wish for when there's a full moon -- and an obliging star (i.e. other actor awaiting his cue) right there waiting?"

Of course, I could be hallucinating. But that is definitely a polo mallet.



Edited at 2012-06-17 06:27 am (UTC)
"Of course, I could be hallucinating. But that is definitely a polo mallet."

This needs to be my non sequitur of the week. WIN!
Well you certainly have thought this through, haven't you? It's a pretty plausible story line. Except that, as a woman living in The Big City, I think I would be calling 911 if a man proffered chocolates dangling from a polo mallet across the air shaft.