nerdfucker: a solo play with bad boundaries

The spectators are early, her lover is late, and the players are due any minute. Not the best time to question what the hell she’s doing here, waiting to get naked in front of a room full of strangers, but with 60 minutes before the game starts, it’s all the time she has left.

WINNER, ARTISTIC RISK AWARD, 2016 Vancouver Fringe

★★★★ (a) tense, breathtaking little show.” (Edmonton Journal)

★★★★ (Vue Weekly) ★★★★ (Edmonton Sun) ★★★★ (gigcity.ca)

 


“beautifully and insightfully written, precisely directed, and exquisitely, unflinchingly acted.” (Calgary Herald)
Thinking about booking nerdfucker? You need to know: it isn’t a comedy. An ode to geek love, perhaps. A testament to passion. A psycho-drama with funny bits, with the title character thoroughly unwinding over the course of the play. A great choice for theatres that want to make room for challenging contemporary works featuring unconventional playwright-performers.

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“a performance of absolute painful authenticity and honesty… Moore’s timing has the natural rhythm and cadence of real life. And so does this tense, breathtaking little show.”

– Edmonton Journal