Vivian Nguyen’s latest work is equal parts genuine, relatable, vulnerable and witty – if you liked ‘Fleabag’, you’ll love ‘a moment to love’.
An examination of love in the digital age, a moment to love is a comically sad yet brutally honest piece about love and dating in the modern era. It’s a new work from a bold and powerfully original voice in Australian theatre, Vivian Nguyen, who was shortlisted for the Patrick White Playwrights Award for her debut play Thin Threads.
a moment to love is a 45 minute, blistering one woman show that’s premiering as part of this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival. It’s on at The Motley Bauhaus’ Black Box Theatre for a season of seven performances from October 3 until October 9.
What you need to know
- Premiering as part of this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival, a moment to love explores love in the digital age of online dating
- Written and performed by award-winning playwright Vivian Nguyen, a moment to love is a powerful and honest piece of theatre from a bold new voice in Melbourne’s theatre scene
- It takes place at The Motley Bauhaus’ Black Box Theatre from October 3 – 9
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Exploring love, sex and relationships in the fast-paced and all-consuming world of online dating, a moment to love darts between absurd digital fantasy and unarresting reality, touching on everything from emotionally unavailable men, the power of love and good old fashioned Catholic guilt. It’s an incredible new and original Australian work, unabashedly presented from the perspective of growing up in a Catholic household as an Asian woman.
Recently shortlisted for the SBS/Screen Australia’s Emerging Writers Incubator Program, Vivian Nguyen’s works delve deeply into race and class struggle. She has performed at the acclaimed Meat Market, Theatre Works, fortyfivedownstairs and Rising Festival. With an extensive and impressive resume across theatre and screen, she is an alumnus of Melbourne Theatre Company’s First Stage Program, Australian Theatre for Young People, Malthouse Theatre’s Besen Writers Group, Theatre Works She Writes Collective and Footscray Arts RESIDENCE program.
Don’t miss this spectacular show – catch it at The Motley Bauhaus from October 3 – 9. Grab your tickets by heading here.
This article was made in partnership with Vivian Nguyen