I was pleased to see Martin Denton's rave review of Andrea Lepcio's Looking For The Pony this evening. I have managed to miss many of this plays iterations over the past several years, but I did see I think was its original ten-minute form, at Manhattantheatresource's Estrogenius Festival back in 2002. It was, and remains in my head, the best ten-minute play I've ever seen. It made me actually respect the whole concept of the ten minute play. It packed more innovation and emotional depth into ten minutes than I thought possible. I'm glad to know it survived to full length intact.