My involvement in his show was from my incidental work in a twenty year old Star Trek fan film made by my friend Earl (who happens to be cousins with Keith). It's a re-creation of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" (1979), but with finger puppets...
Two decades ago, we were young and we were bored, but we did not have the patience or talent to come up with a proper film, so we decided to make cardboard sets out of shoe boxes and use marked-up fingers as actors. Somehow, the film came to the attention of Mr. Langergraber, who got permission from Earl to use it in his art installation.
We ended up watching it projected onto a big screen with an audience of a few dozen spectators, which was not how I ever figured on seeing this film again. Good thing the venue sold wine, I had a fair bit to drink to get me through the night.
Looking back, I can't imagine making a more primitive film. We used a VHS camcorder the size of a small microwave oven, so it was difficult to hold still. It had an autofocus function that had trouble locating small objects, so much of the film is incredibly blurry. We would hold the cardboard sets up to the camera with one hand, act out the puppets with the other hand, and then also hold up the lighting rig. We didn't have scenes or a script, but instead relied on our recollection of the original movie, which would have been over ten years old by that time. After a while, we just stopped listening to Earl the director, with predictable results. It's a magnificently bad film, almost on the Ed Wood level if I am allowed comparison.