It's not often that you get asked the question, "How would you feel about having a tail?" Well, that's what happened to me when the subject of the Edward Albee play Seascapes came up. It is a story about a retired couple that went to the beach for the afternoon. They are arguing about life and death and small things that, in the bigger picture, don't really matter that much. As their argument heats up, two missing link sea creatures emerge from the ocean and terrify the couple. The woman's terror quickly turns to awe and wonder as she begins to interact with these human-like creatures. The man still isn't sure that the creatures aren't going to eat them both. As it turns out, the male sea creature is wondering the same thing about the humans. It is a wonderful two act play with only four characters. For our production, Nancy and Charlie were played by Pam Leptich and Leonard Noel. The sea creatures Sarah and Leslie were played by Vicki King and Moi. You've never fully lived until you've traipsed around a stage for an hour in a full body suit.