In four acts – body, sex, love, pleasure – veteran storyteller, Arianne Shaffer (CBC, TEDx, Raconteurs, The Moth), offers an authentic recounting of things lost and (re)discovered: pounds, virginity, confidence, minds, trauma, faith, mojo... “A Lover Improper” is one woman’s global pursuit for big love and tiny spoons and had its premiere at the 2016 Toronto Fringe Festival.
Directed by Adam LazarusAward winning performer, director and Fringe Favourite.
Written and performed by Arianne Shaffer
Press and reviews for A Lover Improper:
• An interview with She Does the City
• A review in Mooney on Theatre -- "A Lover Improper is a very empowering personal tale that is a fat-positive, spiritually uplifting, one-woman version of Sex in the City."
• An interview in the Canadian Jewish News