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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

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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