White Moon

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White Moon[1]
Somewhere Out There
Original Broadcast Date
April 13, 1996
Joe Frank
Absurd Monologue, 54 minutes
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 a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on April 13, 1996.


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.


Additional credits

The original broadcast credits state: "[C]reated in collaboration with David Rapkin. Recorded, edited, and mixed by Theo Mondle. Music looping by Bob Carlson. The music loops were from Rejuvination and La Funk Mob on the Quango label, with thanks to Bruno Gez, Jason Bentley, and Gaby Ory. Special thanks to Jennifer Ferro, Carly Eiseman, and Esmé Gregson."

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