White Moon

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White Moon[1]
Series
Somewhere Out There
Original Broadcast Date
April 13, 1996
Cast
Joe Frank
Format
Absurd Monologue, 1 hour
Preceded by: Justine
Followed by: Red Sea

"There was a time when I looked in the mirror, and I could see nothing."

White Moon is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on April 13, 1996.

Synopsis

Joe is an invisible bank teller, discussing the end of a relationship with god, counting the cobblestones in a restaurant, looking at the moon from a cemetery in war, teeth chattering and seizure fantasy in the first person. Joe becomes a self-trained rock-star-like doctor, coffins in the hospital gift shop, operating in a kitchen, description of a cemetery, raising the dead with sex, a psychiatrist's office in a fake railroad car beside scenery painted on the back of a Torah, diseases destroying their hosts and meditation on time.


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Somewhere Out There

Arena (remix) | At the Dark End of the Bar | Bible Salesman | Bible Stories | Black Light | Blues Singer | Call in the Night, A (remix) | Death in the Family, A (remix) | Enterprising Man, An | Escape from Paradise | Eye in the Sky | Fat Man Down | Five Part Dissonance (remix) | God Only Knows | I'm Not Crazy (remix) | Joe Frank Live - Women Police Officers | Journal | Just Get Me Out of Here | Justine | Last Show | Lost Soul | Loved One, The (remix) | Mountain Rain | O.J. Chronicles, The | Obsessions | Other Side, The | Pathology | Philosophy | Phone Therapy | Policemen's Ball, The (remix) | Red Sea | Rent a Family (remix) | Reprise | River, The | Road to Calvary, The | Sacred, The | Soul Mate (remix) | Talk to Me | Three Shingles | White Moon