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Mulatto Math: Summing Up The Race Equation In America

solo performance · mdb productions · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America

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COMPELLING and highly entertaining.” — NoHo Arts

“Entertaining, COOL, and enlightening” — LA Beat

“The meaning of the simple but also wonderfully complex word identity is here in a one-woman performance EXPLORED MASTERFULLY by Monique DeBose.” — Beverly Hills Courier

“The first few minutes had me HOOKED” – Stage Raw

Writer/Performer Monique DeBose explores race, family and identity through the lens of being mixed race, and with original music. With America’s current relationship to race, class and identity, Monique exposes the beauty, disgrace and complication of both the black and white worlds she has the privilege of access to, as well as many aspects of the race conversation that you’ve questioned yourself but have perhaps been too afraid to speak out loud about. Experience the bravery, vulnerability, hilarity, ignorance and ridiculousness that is race and identity in America.

**EACH PERFORMANCE concludes with a talkback. Come and be a part of the conversation about race in America.

Learn More at mulattomath.com

production team

monique debose *
writer/performer
tiffany thomas *
associate producer/stage manager
erica lawrence *
associate producer
kelly o'keefe *
assistant to ep

* Fringe Veteran

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