A Play In Three Acts: An Interview With Ergo Phizmiz

Published on July 30th, 2010 in: Art, Comedy, Interviews, Music |

ACT 2

Cast and Characters:
The A Band as Winnie the Pooh
Ergo Phizmiz as Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Winnie the Pooh: Hello Arcimboldo, how do you do? Tiddley POM.

Arcimboldo: Splendid thank you. I just enjoyed a meal with Rudolf II before rearranging his face.

Winnie the Pooh: Would you like some hunny on your toast?

vertumnus by arcimboldo
Vertumnus
© Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Arcimboldo:: No thanks, I’m stuffed.

Winnie the Pooh: How about some tea or coffee? Or CAKE?

Arcimboldo: Now you know I can never say no to a piece of cake. Shall I paint your portrait in Madeira?

Winnie the Pooh: I’ve been asked to interview you, so you must be important in some way, can you tell me why that might be?

Arcimboldo:: Why, I’m the Great-Grandfather of Surrealism, of course. I also do a fine sideline in culinary aesthetics.

Winnie the Pooh: What is it that you do? Tiddley Pom.

Arcimboldo: I see dreams in food. It’s a gift, and a curse.

Winnie the Pooh: You paint pictures of WHAT? Tiddley Pom.

Arcimboldo: Precisely.

Winnie the Pooh: Do you keep bees?

Arcimboldo: No. I set them free.

Winnie the Pooh: How strongly do you think the loss of Frank Sidebottom will be felt across the world?

Arcimboldo: If he’d been just a touch more fruity we would have been dealing with a cataclysmic chain of events.

Winnie the Pooh: Have you seen piglet?

original winnie
Winnie the Pooh
© E.H. Shepard

Arcimboldo: Oops. Ask Emperor Rudolf. There may be some scratchings left.

Winnie the Pooh: Would you like some hunny?

Arcimboldo: No, thank you, I’m stuffed.

Winnie the Pooh: Do you have any hunny?

Arcimboldo: I’m sure I can get hold of some, but I’m terribly busy.

Winnie the Pooh: Can all bears talk?

Arcimboldo: Of course!

Winnie the Pooh: If you were me, and I was you, and you were interviewing me as you, what would you ask yourself, Mr. Arcimboldo?

Arcimboldo: Where’s the lavatory?

Winnie the Pooh:
I think I need help
Tiddley Dee
Shall we go see
Tiddley DEE
a WOL?

Arcimboldo: Only if we can bring vegetables.

(END OF ACT 2)


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Introduction
ACT 1
ACT 3
Credits and Additional Links

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3 Responses to “A Play In Three Acts: An Interview With Ergo Phizmiz”


  1. Claudio:
    July 31st, 2010 at 6:10 am

    The best interview ever!

  2. Greta Pistaceci:
    July 31st, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Readers, please note: the comment above was posted by my dad, I believe… hahaha.

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