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Du 9 au 13 avril 2013, 20h
By Cameryn Moore
Directed by Tanner Harvey

They are all around us, those little moments of something else. Whisper to the other side, dig in and pull as hard as you can, know what it feels like when you step through. … The critically acclaimed playwright/performer Cameryn Moore premieres her newest solo show RELEASE on Tuesday, April 9, at MainLine Theatre, with shows through April 13.
After three years of sparking conversations across North America while touring her raw, autobiographical works—Phone Whore, slut (r)evolution, and for | play—Cameryn has turned her scrutiny on others to create a multi-character gallery of mini-plays that is both delicate and daring in its exploration of sexuality and the human spirit. Inspired by the lives that intersect with hers, Cameryn lays bare the liberation and heartbreak that co-exist in the souls of us all. She has partnered with award-winning director Tanner  Harvey in this bold break from her previous works, with generous support from MainLine Theatre and MainLine’s director Amy Blackmore.
RELEASE is the pinnacle of Cameryn’s six months as visiting artist-in-residence at MainLine Theatre. In addition to her work on RELEASE, Cameryn is teaching a series of workshops for writers and performers, and also collaborates with Montréal artists and activists on projects in film, sex education, and literature. She still tours her first trilogy of shows—in fact, she’ll be presenting slut (r)evolution at Zoofest in July and taking Phone Whore to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August. In the meantime, she regularly contributes to Montreal’s Charlebois Post, and continues to work in phone sex, memorizing lines and creating press releases between calls. Director Tanner Harvey made Cameryn's acquaintance during the 2012 Montréal fringe, and was "keen to work with such a sharp tongued and courageous personality".  Last summer Tanner received the Canstage Award for Direction at Toronto's Summerworks Festival for his work on Freestanding's production of Jeremy Taylor's Big Plans.  Other recent credits include directing Freestanding's production of Ned Cox's Duplicity Girls (seen at Centaur's 2011 Wildside and at London's White Bear Theatre Club), and Assistant Directing Centaur's Good People.


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