Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen, A Comedy About the Drama of High School
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The last date listed for Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen was Sunday December 16, 2007 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Maureen M.
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MY HUSBAND AND I THOUGHT THE ACTING WAS VERY GOOD.
I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT IT WAS A COMEDY ABOUT
A MATH TEAM IN HIGH SCHOOL. IT WAS JUST THAT UNTIL THEY
INJECTED IT WITH HOMOSEXUALITY. WE GOT UP AND WALKED OUT.
WE FEEL THAT IT (HOMOSEXUAL CONTENT)SHOULD HAVE BEEN LISTED UNDER THE "WARNING"
LABEL AS IS ADULT LANGUAGE AND OR NUDITY IS. IF IT HAD BEEN,
WE WOULD NOT HAVE BOUGHT TICKETS. OTHER THAN THAT, WE
FEEL THE ACTING WAS TERIFFIC.
Can it be true? Has knowing the answer to an algebraic equation finally become cool? Was it the release of Danica McKeller’s (star of The Wonder Years) recent best seller Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle-School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail, or maybe the 2001 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play Proof (which ironically enough McKellar starred in at the San Diego Rep) that recently launched math into the limelight? However it happened, young women and their relationships to math have suddenly become the hot topic. As always, MOXIE Theatre has its finger on the pulse of recent trends and is proud to bring this recent Off-Broadway hit to the West Coast.
This incredibly funny play is for everyone who remembers the pain and drama of high school and for young adults who are just now experiencing it. November 25-December 16, 2007 at the Lyceum Theatre.
About the Ticket Supplier: MOXIE Theatre
The goal of MOXIE Theatre is to create a place where the audience can count on to be inspired, encouraged, challenged and excited. The Mission of MOXIE Theatre is expand the idea of what is feminine by using the intimate art of theatre to explore and celebrate the complexity of all human relationships. They are committed to producing smart, sexy and surprising plays, primarily those written by women that examine strong female themes and create more diverse and honest female images for our culture.