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Freedom of Speech

Date/Time

Jul 11, 2013 to Aug 11, 2013
08:00 PM until 02:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Description

World traveler. Many of the women on “South Park.” Hollywood's premiere professional dialect expert and author. Liza on “Beakman’s World.” A Hollywood defector who prefers San Diego’s South Park, but can't get away from the crazed fans of the original at ComiCon, who adore her videogame personas and edgy adult animation. She has been seen (or heard) on Bravo's "Arts & Minds," "King of the Hill," “Girlfriends” What Women Want, and Finding Nemo. Eliza Jane Schneider is all this, and much more. Moxie Theatre is proud to present the critically acclaimed one-woman, 34 character show, FREEDOM OF SPEECH, written and performed by Eliza Jane Schneider, directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg. It won the "Best Solo Show" award at the New York International Fringe Festival, then ran Off-Broadway at P.S. 122, and ultimately moved to The Public Theater. FREEDOM OF SPEECH runs July 11––August 11, 2013 at Diversionary Theatre. FREEDOM OF SPEECH is a true story. Eliza Jane cashed in her assets, quit a lucrative job on an Emmy-winning sitcom, shaved her head and set off on a 317,000-mile cross-country spiritual quest in a second-hand ambulance. Eliza Jane stopped in at beauty parlors, swimming holes, bars, street corners ad churches, asking everyone she met along the way the question, ”What’s going on?” ” FREEDOM OF SPEECH blends the immediacy of a documentary with the intimacy of Eliza Jane’s hilarious personal narrative to capture a muffled underlying voice of America that we won’t hear anywhere else. Eliza Jane’s search for the twangs, drawls and colloquialisms––and personal stories–– of every American led her to a much greater discovery—that we all share universal hopes and dreams, and too many experience a resounding disconnect between themselves and their government. The riotous sociopolitical manifesto that evolved from her hypothesis that dialects—residual phonemes––are the only archeological dig the kids of America have––provided answers wrought with as much delicious contradiction as the journey itself. What began as a thesis project at UCLA has sold out theatres across the country, winning rave reviews at each stop for her astonishing collage of disenfranchised pre-millennial American voices. Eliza Jane has been dubbed by the press as “Wildly funny! Genuinely poignant*,” and "A fine and funny mimic, capable of astonishing transformations***.” MOXIE audiences can share her journey through the kitchenettes and hearts of Arizona polygamists, Los Angeles dominatrixes and Montana Huterites––accompanied by a soundtrack of Arkansas fiddles, Pittsburgh street rap and New Orleans midnight arias—all created by a unique voice and sensibility––separate from but inexorably drawn into the discovery of her own story among all the others. FREEDOM OF SPEECH runs July 11––August 11, 2013. Opening Night July 13 at 8PM includes a post-show reception. Diversionary Theatre is located at 4545 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92116. Tickets: Opening Night – $40; Previews–$20; General Admission –$27; Seniors, Students, Military, AASD–$5 off general admission. Call 619 220-0097 or visit www.moxietheatre.com to purchase tickets. Due to a previous commitment, there will be no performances July 25-28.

Cost

$20-$40

Location

View map Diversionary Theatre
4545 Park Blvd,
San Diego, CA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Moxie Theatre

Phone

619 220-0097

Contact name

Susan Chicoine

Contact email

schicoinepr@cox.net

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