Award-winning performer/playwright Cameryn Moore returns to the Houston Fringe Festival with her fourth solo play—but first fictional work!—The Pretty One (and other things that need to be said). After five years of sparking conversations across North America and the UK with her raw, autobiographical works—Phone Whore, slut (r)evolution, and for | play—Cameryn turns her scrutiny on others in this multi-character gallery of mini-plays inspired by the lives that intersect with hers. She lays bare the liberation and heartbreak that co-exist in the sex lives of strangers… who really aren’t so strange after all. Cameryn partnered with acclaimed Montreal director Tanner Harvey in this bold break from her previous works.
“Ms. Moore is captivating to watch and has as much energy as a spring tornado.” (The Spectator, UK, about Phone Whore)
“…a mesmerising performance…” (Manchester Theatre Awards, UK, about Phone Whore)
Cameryn Moore is a playwright/performer, activist, accidental educator, and a phone sex operator. She has received multiple awards on the Canadian Fringe circuit for her work, and has performed to packed houses in Edinburgh Fringe, London, Boston, Vancouver, Atlanta, and 45 other cities around North America and the UK. In addition to her theatrical works, she is the creator and host of Smut Slam, a storytelling open mic featuring real-life, first-person sex stories. She frequently appears in storyteling and spoken-word showcases, both in Montreal and on the road. Cameryn’s 2015 world tour is supported by njoy toys, The Slutcracker (Boston), Cliterati, and The Sitting Room/Ludlow Fringe. Her company, Little Black Book Productions, is a fiscally sponsored project of the International Sex Workers Foundation for Arts, Culture, and Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization. For more details about Cameryn Moore’s work, go to www.camerynmoore.com