April 25, 2015 The Hut, Tucson, Arizona
Moonalice poster by Dennis Loren
According to Moonalice legend, fears about climate change run deep in the Moonalice tribe. Rising temperatures and changing patterns of rainfall threaten the crop which fuels our tribe, cannabis. As a consequence, the tribe has begun to gaze longingly at our home plutoid, the moon. This year, we set aside a couple pounds of fine herb to fuel our space science program, which had been in mothballs since in Apollo. In only a few months, the results are truly impressive. As you can see in tonight’s amazing poster by Dennis Loren, two Moonalice scientists have harnessed the power in a red rose to power a new kind of telescope, a love telescope. It’s basically the world’s largest Kiss Cam. We’re not sure how — or even if — the Love Scope can reverse climate change, but it’s bound to improve everyone’s love life.
|Performers:||Moonalice, Top Dead Center, The Routine|
|City, State:||Tucson, Arizona|
|Date:||April 25, 2015|
|Dimensions:||12.75 in. x 17.25 in.|
- Show dedicated to the memory of Ann Pardo
- First performance of Let It Rain
- Listed in the art database at ExpressoBeans.com.
- Listen to this show at Moonalice.com.