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Monica vs. The Internet: Tales of a Social Justice Warrior
Monica vs. The Internet: Tales of a Social Justice Warrior

Monica vs. The Internet: Tales of a Social Justice Warrior
Rage Sweater Theatre Productions
Victoria, Canada
Playwright: Monica Ogden

Award winning Filipina storyteller Monica Ogden sheds light on activism in the age of the internet, mixed-race identity, and why white feminism is like Lays chips. 

Pick of The Fringe: Bravest Show, Victoria Fringe. 

“Monica Ogden is the worst looking asian I ever saw. Filipinas are supposed to be hot, not feminist.” —Nice white man online
“Sharp, incisive, funny, well-constructed, and devastating.” —Janis La Couvée, I Have My Own Life To Live
“It would be a true shame to miss the opportunity to hear the testimony of this talented, unapologetic warrior.” —Niko Mumford, Showbill Victoria

ASL Interpretation will be available at the Sunday September 15 performance. The original show is not altered. This performance is accessible to persons that are Hearing, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Funny / Tear-Jerker / LGBTQ+ / Multicultural / 14+ / Coarse Language / 60 minutes

This show is created by underrepresented Artists.

Monica Ogden, the performer and writer, is a chronically ill, disabled, mixed-race Filipina Polynesian cisgender woman who lives with chronic pain and mental illness.

Ann-Bernice Thomas, the director and co-creator, is Queer, non-binary, and of the Afro-Carribean diaspora.

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