Monkey: Al Fresco! Al Fresco! Al Fresco!DAH: What on earth are you shouting about?Monkey: Al Fresco! I'm thinking of changing my name.DAH: Now you sound like me.Monkey: Nah … my voice is way lower.DAH: That's interesting, in my mind it sounds higher.Monkey: Better reboot your imagination, recalibrate your monkey-monitor.DAH: I'll be sure and set aside some special time for that project. So, what's this al fresco business?Monkey: I'm feeling all outdoorsy.DAH: I guess you are almost always indoors. What do you want? Like camping, or apicnic?Monkey: Let's go see a play! Or a concert! Al Fresco!DAH: It really feels like you're inside my head sometimes, you know? I've been thinking a lot about outdoor entertainments recently.Monkey: That's a shocker.DAH: Yeah, yeah, yeah. But I have been thinking a lot about al fresco entertainments. I went to the Brickyard Theatre production of "Quilters" in Atascadero onFriday.Monkey: That's the show CHance is in, right?DAH: Right. It's a delightful show, and CHance is great in it. All the women inthe cast are great.Monkey: What about the men?DAH: No men in "Quilters."Monkey: What about the monkeys?DAH: No monkeys in "Quilters."Monkey: Yet you enjoyed it? Even sans simian?DAH: Even sans simian, disappointing as that must be to you. Here's my point, though: "Quilters" at the Brickyard Theatre is outdoors, on a patio. We sit at little four-top tables, we get served dinner, and the stage is right there.Monkey: You performed outdoors this summer, too, didn't you, DAH?DAH: Yeah. More outdoors than "Quilters," which had come containment from the house walls … did I mention that the Brickyard Theatre is just a private home that has a play produced there once a year?Monkey: Somehow I kinda knew that. Monkey mind meld or something.