The Sex of Strangers
Cameryn Moore introduces you to people she knows
by Caitlin Murphy
Our feelings about sexuality can have a torturous range: shame, vulnerability, dread, uncertainty… and that’s with our clothes still on!
In Cameryn Moore’s latest piece, Release, she presents a patchwork quilt of characters contending with the vulnerabilities of sexual identity. The result: a moving and intimate piece about the trials of intimacy.
Moore’s writing is textured and honest.
Moore is a Fringe and touring veteran, and her theatre work, devoted to “sex and kink-positive solo shows,” is largely inspired by her experiences as a phone sex worker. Her ease and expertise with her subject matter are clear and impressive. As a performer, Moore is quietly engaging and reveals deep compassion for the beautiful doubts of wrestling souls. Through varied accents and attitudes, she creates nice distinctions among her characters, and shows strong commitment to each.
Release runs to April 13