Muse: an experiment in storytelling and life drawing

– Cameryn Moore/Little Black Book

Join Fringe favourite Cameryn Moore for her stories from the streets and art studios of Berlin, in an unforgettable, interactive and truly creative experience. Sketch, watch, listen, ask questions… what will you discover? Free drawing materials while supplies last, or bring your own.

Acclaim for past work: 5 STARS – Broadway Baby, 4 STARS – Edmonton Journal, Artistic Risk Award – 2016 Vancouver Fringe

Cameryn is an award-winning playwright/performer and storyteller, with seven solo shows to date. Her works have been seen in over 75 cities around the world. She is the founder of Smut Slam, a global network of dirty-storytelling events, and YIKES, a celebration of awkward performance. Cameryn started life modelling in 2017.

5 thoughts on “Muse: an experiment in storytelling and life drawing

  1. What a cool show — one of my favourite experiences of the 2023 Fringe. The audience joins a live model figure drawing class, onstage, and has a wonderful talkback with the fat model as we draw. I hoped to go back a second time, but you’ll need to go for me instead!

  2. Amazing show! It went by too quickly, and I was sad when it ended. Go see, and be sure to participate!

  3. What a wonderful experience! This was my first time participating in a life drawing session and I was nervous going in, but Cameryn makes the theatre feel instantly safe and comfortable for all. Her stories and answers to questions from the audience are honest and welcoming, and her advice on how to cultivate love for your body made me emotional (in a good way). This show is exactly the kind of thing I want to see at fringe, the hour and was up in what felt like 15 minutes, I can’t recommend enough!!

  4. I wasn’t sure what to expect while waiting for the show to start. Nerves quickly subsided and we were completely engaged in this creative process. The hour goes by so quickly, and in the end you can take home your art. Take a chance on this show!

  5. One of the Fringe shows told being ambidextrous will help stroke recovery.Muse got me and the audience working on our ambidextrous skills! The audience was fully involved in drawing in this show.Fastest hour in the Fringy Fun Fantastic!

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