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Uli and Bonnie, um, were working very confidently. Seemed good, seemed fine.

Um, I was a bit perplexed with Keith and Bradley, because it looked as though, and I’m not saying this can’t work, but it was different from the other designers— it looked as though each had assignments and it’s, it’s as though, well, you do the top and I’ll do the bottom. Well, how are those two things going to come together, and this has to happen. Um, so as long as they were having a consistent dialogue and constantly checking, I thought , “OK, just leave them alone with their own style.”

Um, Jeffrey and Alison seemed to have very good synergy. Um, Jeffrey was clearly in charge, and Alison seemed like a good sous chef, and I saw the muslin, and, didn’t fully understand it, and Jeffrey assured me that once they worked in real fabric I would, and I said, “But this is a template. I mean, the fabric in a way is decoration on top of it, and this template concerns me.”

At any rate, it was early, I thought “Let them, let them do what they’re doing. Um, Laura and Michael Tim Gunn’s Podcast (a reality chamber opera) © Jeffrey Lependorf 2007

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Tim Gunn's Podcast (a reality chamber opera)  

an opera libretto by Jeffrey Lependorf based on a podcast of "Project Runway" fashion guru Tim Gunn, in which designers compete creating a g...

Tim Gunn's Podcast (a reality chamber opera)  

an opera libretto by Jeffrey Lependorf based on a podcast of "Project Runway" fashion guru Tim Gunn, in which designers compete creating a g...