During intermission Monday night at Edward Albee’s sold-out play, “Peter and Jerry”, photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders was chatting with artist Malcolm Morley. Up the stairs walked “Sweeney Todd” composer Stephen Sondheim and Albee. As Greenfield-Sanders made the introductions, Morley turned to Albee and said, “What do you think of the play?” Laughter, end of scene.