Hot Threesome: Phone Whore

Cameryn Moore

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HOT THREESOME
A one-woman festival of sex plays

Three solo shows, all about sex, created and performed by the award-winning playwright Cameryn Moore. Each evening is capped off by a short excerpt from Release, Cameryn's newest work, which will be premiering at Mainline April 8-13. Multi-show passes are available by clicking here, for 25$!

On Thursday, March 7, see Phone Whore (a one-act play with frequent interruptions). Truth and taboo collide in this intimate, one-hour visit with a phone sex operator. Listen closely: she may change your views on sex forever. ** Followed by a QA with the artist.
"[It's] the most intimate and insightful theatre experience you're likely to have, in more ways than one." (roverarts.com)

Friday, March 8, features slut (r)evolution (no one gets there overnight). slut (r)evolution merges memory and manifesto to explore incendiary events from Cameryn Moore's very sexual life. How did it feel? What the hell was she thinking? And how will it affect tonight's hook-up?
"slut (r)evolution is a study in vulnerability that manages to achieve catharsis and healing through a talented performance. ... Such is the impact of her explicit honesty, and make no mistake about it being explicit. This is not a show for the squeamish or the faint of heart, but those who stay will be in for a touching performance and one heck of a show." (The Marble, Victoria)

Saturday, March 9: for / play (an adult choose-your-own adventure). Nominated for Best English-language Script at the 2012 Montréal Fringe Festival, for / play is a delicate, dynamic mix of storytelling and spoken word, fueled in part by audience choices. Breaking through the fourth wall, this unique theatrical experience invests viewers in the very progression of the action -- liberating their own personal feelings of sexual creativity.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 7 March 2013 / 21:30

60 minutes
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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