About the show…
Mulatto Math Summing Up the Race Equation in America is an edgy one woman show. Through original music and stories of her family's history, this mixed race woman (from an African American father from the segregated south and Irish American mother from upstate New York) shares her most precious, vulnerable stories of her exploration of family, race and identity.
As an audience member, you get the have the experience of being a fly on the wall for some of the most potent and real conversations from 'the other side'.
The show is heartfelt, funny and an intimate look at race and the implications of race consciousness in America. Yes, it's one woman's story...but audiences from all backgrounds have found themselves and heard their own voices in Monique's story.
Mulatto Math also has a half day/day long/ 2 day workshop component to support organizations in breaking down the unspoken, unseen barriers within their organizations to foster collaboration, productivity and cohesion. Monique offers a creative, safe, productive and proven experience for organizations to improve their bottom line. Visit the EPK now.
Monique DeBose is an award winning singer-songwriter and playwright. She has performed across the globe and recently for Quincy Jones. Monique has released two albums to great critical acclaim and her third album, the Sovereign One, debuted at #2 on the iTunes Jazz chart on September 27, 2018. In addition to being a world class performer, she holds a master's degree in Spiritual Psychology and supports individuals and organizations to gain clarity in who they are and what they are here to do. Monique supports people to use their 'small voice' to find and express their 'BIG voice' out in the world. She has a Bachelor’s in Applied Mathematics and trained at The Groundlings Comedy Theater. She is also a mom, raising two conscious, loving boys.