Okay, fine, the “You think you know Tinder, but you don’t really understand the true power, poetry and madness of the dating-and-hookup app until you’ve seen it through the eyes and heard it explained live onstage by Lane Moore.” —The Comic’s Comic every month in New York.The show focuses on Tinder (but we probably didn’t have to spell that out for you), and the wacky world that occupies the minds and loins of countless Millennials from coast to coast.” —Broke-Ass Stuart“Anyone who has ever used a dating app will find that they are better fodder for funny stories than anything else.
By involving her audience in the process of sorting through potential mates, Moore highlights the ridiculously transactional nature of dating apps, and also our own willingness to play the game.” — A Women’s Thing“We love comedian Lane Moore’s show, Tinder Live, where she fires up her Tinder account and lets audience members help choose who to swipe right on and what to say to them—sometimes she even calls them and tries to get them to come to the “Tinder Live With Lane Moore is a gonzo romance extravaganza…with a treasure trove of ridiculous tips, tricks, and swipe etiquette…It’s a ridiculously good time and restores your faith in digital hook-up culture.” —The Village Voice“[Tinder Live] plays out like a kind of a group therapy session, with Moore serving as comedic social psychoanalyst.
If you’ve ever been on an online dating site, you need to see this show.
“[Tinder Live is] truly addictive entertainment…[it’s] ingenious.
She used her expertise from over 15 years in the dating industry to tailor-make The Dating Lounge to appeal to her high-end clients and to give them exactly what they were looking for in a dating app- a sophisticated matching algorithm as well as exclusivity, information, accuracy and connections.
Samantha also owns the well-known bicoastal matchmaking service, Samantha's Table.
Jon Stewart helped us ingest more than a decade of very bleak realities by reminding us that the human spirit (or at least our sense of humor) is still stronger than all the awful crap the world throws at us.