Interweaving recollections of her revolutionary life in Chile under Augusto Pinochet's regime with her fleeting attempts to realize a "vision" of love in Los Angeles, Carmen Aguirre's one-woman show Blue Box is a fiery proclamation of carnal yearning and social conviction. As ever, Aguirre is assertive, sexy, and wryly political, sharing the sacrifices of her life with humor and courage. Carmen Aguirre is a Vancouver-based theater artist and screen actor who has worked extensively throughout North and South America. She organizes Theatre of the Oppressed workshops and teaches in the acting department at the Vancouver Film School. Her 2011 autobiography, Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, is an award-winning bestseller.