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Red River College (Venue 11), to July 22

Cameryn Moore’s 2010 fringe festival entry was Phone Whore, in which she dished about her R-rated conversations as a telephone sex operator. Apparently that led to many personal questions from audience members about what led the one-time Mormon to make a living talking dirty to strangers.

So Slut (r)evolution is her solo prequel to Phone Whore and encompasses Moore’s sexual history from the first time her father called her a fat slut through her days as a lesbian separatist and painful episodes with clothes pegs. It’s graphic and occasionally funny, like when she recalls receiving oral sex during a game of Scrabble. “I won but I was really distracted,” Moore deadpans.

The Boston-based Moore proves an amiable exhibitionist, very at home as she slouches in an armchair holding court, detailing her formative sexual escapades for an hour. But with her impressive hookup rate, she should know what she is talking about when she states that “90 per cent of good sex happens in your head.”

-- Kevin Prokosh

 

From the official Fringe Festival program:

"Yes, I'm looking for a hook-up … but I want you to know how I got here first." The creator of last year's award-winning Phone Whore merges memory and manifesto to explore incendiary events from her very sexual life. (Best Female Solo, 2010 San Francisco Fringe)

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min.

Tickets: $10

Discount Tickets: $8 College & University Students with ID

Warnings: Subject Matter, Language

http://www.camerynmoore.com/

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Updated on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 10:51 AM CDT:
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