If you’ve ever been on an online dating site (or a bad date in general), you need to see this show.
The New York Times, New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and Village Voice, have listed the show as one of the best comedy shows in NYC.
Using pseudo names, he could be whatever he wants himself to be: a man, a woman, a teen-ager, a middle-aged person, an old man, etc.
Depending on his mood, he can be what he wants to be within the realm of cyberspace: straight, gay, bi, masochist, sadist, etc.
“Tinder Live” has a comic momentum and energy that is unusual.
Moore transforms the banter on a dating app into compelling long-form improvisation. Moore, a cagey and humane performer, has developed an instinct for turning the raw materials of sexually charged chat with ordinary strangers into honed and generous jokes.
In the cyberworld of sex you talk about sex and imagine doing it.
The "Big O" (big orgasm) is reached only by those who have strong and rich imaginations in sexual encounters.
It’s seriously funny.” The show has also been praised as one of the best comedy shows out there by The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, The Guardian, Fast Company, VICE, Vulture, Hello Giggles, Gothamist, Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung, Brooklyn Paper, Bustle, Metro UK, Paper Magazine, New York Observer, Flavorpill, Brokelyn, Brightest Young Things, Brokelyn, Brooklyn Magazine, and Brooklyn Vegan.The following is a summary of one of the cybersex stories featured in that series.1This is the story of Ted, 27 years old and single, who works as an information technology professional in Makati.While most young urban professionals spend their Friday evenings "malling" and bar-hopping, Ted spends hours and hours dragging and clicking to his favorite chat rooms.That series gave a clear picture of how cybersex manifests itself in the country.Though written some years ago, the insights there are still valid.Reflecting on them, I saw that the new phenomenon of cybersex creates an impasse as to their efficacy.