Ms. Thing is workin it in those heels!
And then Grace Jones busted all over the scene in 1980 with "Leatherette":
# 3: There's no time limit to writing plays. Think of playwriting as a life-long apprenticeship. Imagine you may have your best ideas on your deathbed.
# 15: Write from your organs. Write from your eyes, your heart, your liver, your ass -- write from your brain last of all.
# 16: Write from all of your senses. Be prepared to design on the page: tell yourself exactly what you see, feel, hear, touch and taste in this world. Never leave design to chance, that includes the design of the cast.
# 32. Keep your chops up with constant questioning of your own work. React against your work. Be hypercritical. Do in the next work what you aimed for but failed to do in the last one.