Dane Terry (USA)
Jupiter’s Lifeless Moons
Jupiter’s Lifeless Moons is a surreal, sexual, cinematic romp through nocturnal America.
Dane is excited about spending a quiet Autumn in Pepper Heights, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio near the lake. He is a guest in a friend’s home. Her fake plants are mixed in with her real plants. Everyone is waiting for the snow. Upon getting a late-season job at the rough-and-tumble under-dog Pepper Heights Zoo, Dane becomes entangled in a strange plot involving the zoo’s premiere attraction, Zoe The Zebra. Something has been sleeping under Pepper Heights, caged in the dark rock for millions of years, under neat lawns edged by high wild grasses.
Written, composed, performed by Dane Terry. Directed by and developed with Ellie Heyman. Additional performers TBA. 2016 Ethyl Eichelberger Award Winner + participant in Performance Space 122’s Ramp Residency Program.
“Dane Terry is the millennial Cole Porter. He’s got the hooks of Elton John, the jokes of Tom Waits and the heart of Leonard Cohen.” – John Cameron Mitchell
Part of the Coil Festival 2018
$20 (until Dec. 15) / $25 (after Dec. 15)
$15 Student / Senior
Jan 12 8:30pm
Jan 13 4pm
Jan 14 4pm
Jan 16 8:30pm
Jan 17 7:30pm