Toast to Toast
The show will also include a stack of toast as tall as Swaynos, creative centers for kids to make their own toast art, and even an adults-only section. "People can make their own X-rated toast and a Bloody Mary to go with it," Swaynos says. "You'll be encouraged to mess about." Other facets include a haiku station where viewers can write odes to the greatest thing since sliced bread and "a big tribute to the poor heel that nobody ever wants." — Dusti Rhodes
For more on this tribute to a part of a well-balanced breakfast, check out our Night & Day� section which showcases some other old things interpreted in unlikely new ways, including a flamenco dance about coal mining, a housewife who sees herself as a superheroine and a surrealist take on a staple of high school drama club productions.