The Story of the Orca’s Silver Tongue as Told by the Manager of the Only Taco Bell in Juno follows the epic tale of a whale god named Murder, the Manager of the only Taco Bell in Juno, and Frankie Bottomless, the former BFF who stole their gorgeous sparkling tongue and ran away to San Francisco. This narrative of shifting selves manifests as a transdisciplinary performance with a projected video essay, puppetry, and live choral soundscape. The cast assumes new bodies with each encounter, assembling a queer utopian world that envisions new modes for friendship, lust, and solitude.
Poem by Nina Budabin McQuown, adapted for stage by Anna Lublina, Lim Mui, Lilly Kaplan, and Nina Budabin McQuown
Music Composed by: Lilly Kaplan
January 23-24, 2018: The Tank (NYC) as a part of the Exponential Festival
July 25, 2017: Dixon Place (NYC) as a part of the Hot! Festival
June 15-22, 2017: Vital Joint (NYC) as a part of the Interrobang:New Works Festival
Previous Collaborators: Nina Budabin McQuown, Lilliana Kaplan, Ruthie Natanzon
Photo Credit: Effy Grey and Scott Shaw