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In Cameryn’s Moore’s R-rated one-woman Power Play, the power is turned over to the audience to steer the direction of a fictional new romance sparked by an exchange of glances between two strangers. Where that takes Moore, an unabashed sexual adventurer, can leave her, if not speechless, then clothing-less.

Moore, who has graphically bared her sexual predilections and past in previous fringe offerings Phone Whore and Slut (R)evolution, was naked for the better part of her hour-long performances.

With or without clothing, Moore, a self-described “active slut,” is completely at ease with her raunchy material that would make many blush at its detailed frankness. She is matter-of-fact about how broken up she was when her goodie bag of sexual toys were stolen from her car at the Victoria Fringe Festival.

While most fringe acts use sex as a come-on in their titles, Moore has seen it, done it and wants to tell you about it in her personal crusade to spread sexual empowerment.

-Kevin Prokosh

This review was based on a performance at the Toronto or Montreal Fringe Fest.

From the Fringe program:

Sometimes you look at someone and they look at you, and there's a spark. What happens next? The audience decides, in this lyrical, motivational and intensely intimate storytelling journey into sex itself.

From the creator of "slut (r)evolution" (Best of Fest, 2011 Winnipeg Fringe) and "Phone Whore" (4-1/2 STARS Victoria Times Colonist; Best Female Solo, 2010 San Francisco Fringe).

 

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $10

Under 18 not admitted.

Warnings: Subject Matter, Language, Nudity

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