... Moore is, most of all, a highly-skilled actor (here and in phone job). She juggles the performer/spectator dynamic constantly. One minute we are accomplice - she speaks directly to us (and with tonight's minuscule audience it was possible for her to actually make eye-contact... View More
Holy fuck, where do I start? Cameryn Moore has put together one hell of a show... View More
Phone Whore is essentially a one-woman monologue, a running confessional, a series of anecdotes that add up to a powerful whole. In the end, itâ€™s the details that stick. The fine line between an innocent fantasy and the repressed and morally wrong is what... View More
So you know the title and you've read the description, so it won't be a surprise to you when you go see the show that the language and phone scenarios are sexually explicit. What may surprise you is the strength of the writing and the... View More
Phone Whore is fantastic.Â Itâ€™s worth feeling awkward to go see this show.Â In fact, maybe feeling awkward is an integral part of the experience of this show.
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There isnâ€™t praise high enough for Phone Whore. Cameryn Mooreâ€™s one-woman, semi-autobiographical look into the life of a phone sex worker is frank, funny, brave, unsettling and even moving. Moore gives her audience exactly what they came for with steamy, one-sided re-enactments of calls with... View More