Cupcakes go with everything, including the theatre. Sylvia is a comedic play about a dog and the quarrelsome couple who adopts her. It is written by A.R. Gurney and was first performed in 1995 at the Manhattan Theatre Club. Sarah Jessica Parker played the part of Sylvia. That’s right — the dog.
She cut the pawprints out of colored gumpaste, then rolled white gumpaste into little balls, which she flattened and attached with royal icing. To make the “dogtags,” she tied scrapbook adornments into a bow, and then cut one side of the bow! Isn’t she clever? Thanks for sharing, Mariel!