Monica vs. The Internet: Tales of a Social Justice Warrior
by Monica Ogden & KP Productions
Rage Sweater Theatre Productions - Victoria, BC
V.11 - Centennial Concert Hall - Rehearsal Hall 
One Filipina. Thousands of racist internet trolls. One deep dive into the comments section. Award-winning storyteller and accidental comedian Monica Ogden sheds light on activism in the age of the internet, mixed-race identity, and why white feminism is like Lays chips. “Sharp, incisive, funny, well-constructed, and devastating” - Janis La Couvee PICK OF THE FRINGE: Bravest Show - Victoria Fringe Festival “Monica Ogden is the worst looking asian I ever saw. Filipinas are supposed to be hot, not feminist” - Nice white man online

Cast:
Monica Ogden

    
Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Students, Seniors, Other, Low income, self-identified Queer Trans 2 Spirit Indigenous, Black, People of Color, and people who identify as disabled

Genre:
Storytelling

Audience:
Parental Guidance

Warnings: Coarse language, violent content, Discussions of racism, colonization, violence towards IBPOC and rape culture

Accessibility: Hard of hearing / deaf
Thu July 18 1:45 PM
Fri July 19 10:45 PM
Sun July 21 12:00 PM
Mon July 22 5:15 PM
Tue July 23 8:45 PM
Wed July 24 3:30 PM
Fri July 26 3:30 PM
Sat July 27 7:15 PM

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

Rage Sweater Theatre Productions—Centennial Concert Hall – Rehearsal Hall

This one woman, multimedia storytelling adventure was much more than expected. Tackling issues of racism, sexism, colonialism and the tribulations of a mixed race identity, Monica takes you through anecdotes from her life between explanations on critical theory they represent.

If you understood the vocabulary of that last sentence, then this show will be a worthwhile experience. If some of it went over your head, but the concept sounded interesting, don’t let it stop you from giving it a shot.

Josh Fidelak