Muse: an experiment in storytelling and life drawing
by Cameryn Moore
Cameryn Moore - Berlin, Germany
V.2 - MTC Up the Alley 
Join Fringe favourite Cameryn Moore for tales from the streets and art studios of Berlin, in an unforgettable and truly creative experience. This is storytelling as you've never seen it, interactive art like you've never heard. Sketch, watch, listen, ask questions? what will you discover? Free drawing materials while supplies last, or bring your own.
Acclaim for Cameryn's past work: 5 STARS - Broadway Baby, 4 STARS - Edmonton Journal, Artistic Risk Award - 2016 Vancouver Fringe

Show Info:
60 Minutes



Fri July 21 8:30 PM
Sat July 22 11:15 AM
Sun July 23 2:45 PM
Tue July 25 9:30 PM
Wed July 26 8:15 PM
Thu July 27 4:45 PM
Fri July 28 1:00 PM
Sun July 30 6:15 PM

Muse: an experiment in storytelling and life drawing

Cameryn Moore—MTC Up the Alley

Really didn’t know what to expect. My last exposure to fine arts was middle school, grade 9. It was at that time when it was determined that I have the artistic talent of an orangutan. I hoped there might be some instructions for us with artistic disabilities, but no such thing.

As I feared, you’re left on your own, medium in front of you and charcoal in your hand. To my horror, the person next to me brought their own materials and drew an audience member while we waited for the show to start. Damn, it looked professional—now I was doomed to have my debacle displayed next to their Degas.

As I suspected, my first rendition was truly hideous, with my subject looking more Yeti than human.
Surprisingly, each succeeding drawing was a marked improvement over the previous, except for the one where you were not permitted to look at your work!

By the last one, I was actually proud enough of my work that I took a photo of it! My fears were unfounded and no one cared what I produced, especially not the person next to me. I had loads of fun here and by the looks of it, so did everyone else in the room.

Ray Yuen

Cameryn Moore

Muse: an experiment in storytelling and life drawing—MTC Up the Alley


“… the experience felt liberating and quietly invigorating… The point of the exercise obviously wasn’t to deliver a traditional show but rather to experience art and life from different angles. In those respects, Muse succeeds brilliantly.” – SoSumi (Toronto)

“Built with honesty, accessibility, and approachability in mind, Muse was a refreshing break from more traditional theatre shows.” – (Ottawa)

Not a play, but playful.
Not a show, but sharing.
Not consuming, but creating.