Using simple glove puppets, Jerk is an imaginary reconstruction–strange, poetic, funny and somber – of the crimes perpetrated by American serial killer Dean Corll, who with the help of teenagers David Brooks and Wayne Henley, killed more than twenty boys in the state of Texas during the 70s. Photo Credit: Alain Monot

Using simple glove puppets, Jerk is an imaginary reconstruction–strange, poetic, funny and somber – of the crimes perpetrated by American serial killer Dean Corll, who with the help of teenagers David Brooks and Wayne Henley, killed more than twenty boys in the state of Texas during the 70s.


Photo Credit: Alain Monot


Jerk

Directed by Gisèle Vienne
Text and Dramaturgy by Dennis Cooper
Performed and created in collaboration with Jonathan Capdevielle

France

UTR 2010 - P.S. 122