Fringe: Maria Denholme's "Moxie"
Yup, she's got moxie alright. Maria is Pacific Theatre's uber-volunteer. From serving on our board of directors to catering our opening night receptions to stage managing shows to acting as PT cheerleader anywhere and everywhere (you should see her with a pom pom!), Maria's done it all at Pacific Theatre. (Well, you've never seen her onstage. Nor will you. She flat out refuses.)
Anyhow, she's stage managing a Fringe show you may want to check out;
MOXIE: A Comedy
by Jason Patrick Rothery
Join us for this macabre comedic fable. Two inmates try to keep from being eaten alive in a morally bankrupt future prison system. Sometimes no matter how hard you try, no matter how often you do the right thing, you still end up as next morning's breakfast. Moxie is a ruthless social satire addressing our cutthroat corporate culture; a dystopian absurdist comedy about the prisons we're born into, and those we create for ourselves. Warning! Coarse Language, Questionable Morals, and Adult Subject Matter. You won't want to miss this.
Waterfront Theatre Sept 7 – 17, 2006
Thursday Sept 7 7:00pm
Saturday Sept 9 11:15pm
Sunday Sept 10 1:15pm
Wednesday Sept 13 8:15pm
Saturday Sept 16 7:00pm
Sunday Sept 17 5:00pm
Other Fringe shows are blurbed elsewhere in the PT blog, and over at the Soul Food Vancouver blog