Moore, a stand-up comic and writer, works off her singlehood angst as she swipes right and left (turn off your phone if you don’t want to know your fate). She gives hilarious advice about when to swipe, texts and calls her matches during the show, and suggests the best ways to navigate those initial in-person encounters so you don’t drown in a sea of awkwardness.
Lane Moore, the writer, musician, and stand-up comic, produces and hosts this popular show. Moore offers funny tips and observations about real Tinder profiles, and call on the audience as she decides to swipe left or right.
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Sure, comics are notorious navel-gazers, but the fun themes at these recurring shows encourage them to dig for more than just belly button lint.
The How I Learned Series
July 29, 8 pm at Union Hall: $6 advance, $10 at the door
The latest installment of this series, “You Don’t Have To Go Home But You Can’t Stay Here,” promises to be worth the price of admission. This show about getting kicked out of bars, being the last loser at a party, “the pursuit of fun,” and stupid decisions will feature Isaac Oliver, Ophira Eisenberg, Nancy Balbirer, Kate Greathead, Lynn Bixenspan and host Blaise Allysen Kearsley.