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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

"No Tongue Will Live To Speak, No Ears Will Yearn To Hear" Rehearsal, Late July, 1994 [NO SOUND]



Written by Distant Eagle. Directed by Frank Moore. Camera by Tim Plummer.

Still another rehearsal!

"No Tongue Will Live To Speak, No Ears Will Yearn To Hear" Rehearsal, Late July, 1994 [NO SOUND]



Written by Distant Eagle. Directed by Frank Moore. Camera by Tim Plummer.

This is another rehearsal.

"No Tongue Will Live To Speak, No Ears Will Yearn To Hear" Rehearsal, July 9, 1994



This is a rehearsal from when I directed a play by a native American chief Distant Eagle. The play was about a tribe which is infected with a deadly virus when one of the members comes back from the "civilized" world. This tape shows, among other things, how I used nude rituals in the
rehearsal setting to create a reality of a tribal intimacy within the cast.

Written by Distant Eagle. Directed by Frank Moore. Camera by Tim Plummer.

Frank Moore's Shaman's Den - Penny Arcade



Recorded March 8, 2009, Berkeley, California.

This is an episode of my live internet streaming video show, THE SHAMAN'S DEN, on my internet station, luver.com. On this Penny Arcade and I talked deeply about how to cause trouble in the underground as misfit performance artists as a lifetime calling and have fun doing it!

Monday, March 26, 2012

Friction Of Passion Pleasure



Center for Sex & Culture, San Francisco, California, July 16, 2011

Actually this snapshot says it all about our latest performance!

Dave Swan's Doghouse featuring Frank Moore



Well, in the nineties, Dave Swan had a hip popular takeoff of THE TONIGHT SHOW on the San Francisco public access cable channel. On this episode Linda and I were the guests. Everything went fine until I did my song. Then things took a messy turn... Chocolate, whipped cream, whips, blood, guts, nude dancers, naked monsters! Unfortunately Dave was killed, ripped apart right on camera! But it was a great show, which is all that matters really!

The Living Couple



Recorded September 29, 1986, Berkeley, California.
In this workshop version which was a couple of months after the first experiment, we see how the piece has evolved.
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