Tinder Live

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Tinder Live [1][2][3] is a stand-up comedy show created and hosted by comedian Lane Moore[4][5][6] where she goes on the dating app Tinder and interacts with Tinder matches in real time.[2][7] During the show, Moore projects Tinder profiles in front of an audience and panelists help her dissect profiles before swiping left (no) or right (yes).[8]

Called one of the best comedy shows in NYC, The New York Times described it as "truly addictive entertainment...[it's] ingenious. Moore transforms the banter on a dating app into compelling long-form improvisation. Ms. 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. “Tinder Live” has a comic momentum and energy that is unusual. The way she manipulates tone and pace reveals an artist supremely confident in her form, not to mention a flirt par excellence."[9]

Moore's comedy show was also called one of the best comedy shows in NYC by The Village Voice,[10] Time Out, Brooklyn Magazine, and HelloGiggles who noted the show "has all the addictive, fun qualities of a television game show. One of her show’s segments include going through Tinder profiles with the audience to come to a vote on whether to swipe left or right. This could be this generation’s version of The Dating Game." [11]

New York Magazine listed it as one of the best comedy shows, saying, "With enviable bravery, host Lane Moore utilizes Tinder to find herself a date...hilariously assessing the worthiness of profiles." [12] CBS called it one of the five best comedy shows in NYC and Brightest Young Things called it "the greatest show on earth."[13]

Tinder Live has been praised for its positivity, with Vice saying, "Moore expertly steered the crowd from mean-heartedness to substance with each match." [14] Brooklyn Based similarly said, "In anyone else’s hands this show could feel mean-spirited, or perhaps like an invasion of privacy, but Moore makes it cathartic, a bracing comedic espresso shot." [15]

Vulture [16] listed Tinder Live! in a guide to the best NYC comedy shows along with legendary shows like Assscat 3000, Whiplash, and the Comedy Cellar. Gothamist praised the show as one of their 5 Things To Do In NYC, saying it, "[transforms] the otherwise bleak and sometimes even downright horrific modern-day dating experience into a hilarious long-form improv show." [17]

The comedy show, which began in late 2013, performs upon request at bars, comedy clubs, and colleges around the United States.[18]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Snowed in? Just swipe right: Tinder in the time of Juno makes for 'blizzard baes'" The Guardian
  2. ^ a b Swipe Out! 'Tinder Live' Takes Aim At Dating App via Brooklyn Paper
  3. ^ "Ladies We Love: Lane Moore" Ravishly
  4. ^ Tinder Live with Lane Moore" Flavorpill
  5. ^ What Would Tinder Look Like Live?" Brooklyn Magazine
  6. ^ The 5 Worst Brooklyn Behaviors on Tinder" Brokelyn
  7. ^ Swipe right with Orange is the New Black cast members at Tinder Live" Time Out New York
  8. ^ "‘We’re in this together': The fun of Tinder with a live audience" The Washington Post
  9. ^ "She Swipes Right on Tinder, and Everyone’s In On the Joke"
  10. ^ Cheap Laughs: The Best Indie Comedy In NYC The Village Voice
  11. ^ Apps That Would Make Great Game Shows: Tinder Live with Lane Moore Hello Giggles
  12. ^ "New Year, New Laughs" New York Magazine
  13. ^ "NYC Best Weekend Bets" Brightest Young Things
  14. ^ "I Swiped Through Tinder IRL With 300 Strangers" VICE Magazine
  15. ^ "Lane Moore makes Tinder hilarious" Brooklyn Based
  16. ^ "Which NYC Comedy Show Is Right For You?" Vulture
  17. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-06-12. Retrieved 2018-06-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link) "5 Things To Do In NYC This Week" Gothamist
  18. ^ "Lane Moore Takes Tinder Live on Tour" Amp Magazine

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