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- 6663 El Cajon Blvd.
- San Diego, CA 92115
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MOXIE Theatre is a professional non-profit theatre founded by the critically acclaimed group of performers and directors: Jo Anne Glover, Liv Kellgren, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg and Jennifer Eve Thorn in 2005. MOXIE’s mission is to create more diverse and honest images of women for our culture using the art of theatre.
Through the production of primarily female playwrights and the special attention given to plays that defy female stereotypes, MOXIE expands the idea of what is feminine. Our dedication to finding work that is underproduced means we’re discovering the classics of the future.
MOXIE fans know that each distinct MOXIE production will always share one similar quality – moxie. Moxie is defined as “courage, pluck, gumption, perseverance, guts.” It may be the hero of a play who embodies the term moxie, or a challenging subject matter.
Perhaps a playwright has invented an original world for audiences to explore, or actors are asked to stretch to new heights and break new ground in story-telling. In whatever way it is revealed, moxie is the unifying quality that defines all of our productions.
MOXIE is located in the Aztec Shopping Center on El Cajon Blvd near San Diego State University off the 8 freeway in the Rolando neighborhood. We recommend exiting the 8 freeway at 70th street and continuing south on 70th street, turn right no El Cajon Blvd (heading west.) MOXIE is located on the south side of the street.
Please note that you can not turn left into our parking lot when heading west on El Cajon Blvd. It’s necessary to make a u-turn in order to turn right into the Aztec Shopping Center. We’re located in the back corner of the center. Look for our marquee over the door.
Upcoming event at Moxie Theatre
- Tomorrow, 8 p.m.
- Moxie Theatre stages a new adaptation of "The Diary of Anne Frank." In this story by Wendy Kesselman, Anne Frank emerges from history as a living and impassioned young girl on the edge of womanhood. Anne confronts the horror of her time with honesty, determination and hope. The show is adapted from the original stage play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, and is directed by Kym Pappas. For tickets ... Read more