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© 2018 Monique DeBose

What people are saying about Mulatto Math…

“…wonderfully complex word identity is here in a one-woman performance explored masterfully by Monique DeBose.. She was gifted…” - Jim Metropole (Beverly Hills Courier)

“Very entertaining, cool, and enlightening...a very candid piece that entertains, educates....Poignant and humorous..." -Harrison Held (LOS ANGELES BEAT)

“The first few minutes had me hooked… makes for promising theatrical fare…” - STAGE RAW

“…lovely, bluesy voice showcasing her gift for songwriting…I highly recommend Mulatto Math!” – Samantha Ronceros (NOHO ARTS DISTRICT)

"Still reeling from the power of your authenticity..."

“Every once in a great while this town showcases a performer who pulls tears and laughter from me simultaneously. If I drank, I would have thrown back a few afterwards to feel I could make it to the end of the day, I was that raw from Monique’s story. She has the unique talent to make me feel what a mixed race person feels like and I am Cracker White guy from Van Nuys. This kind of drag it from the gut comes from Middle Passage, whip lashes, motherfucking DNA beyond it say nay. See you around campus Sister.” – Roland V.

"Feeling more alive and vulnerable and daring and curious..."

“Monique DeBose is one of those women who has such fire and power in her, it explodes a room anytime she’s in it. She’s not afraid to speak truth no matter how uncomfortable it is. This conversation needs her.” – Christina B.

"This experience is still rippling through my body..."

“If you are in LA, lucky you. Hottest ticket in town. Monique DeBose is a singular talent with a powerful story to tell.” – Mark S.

"She's not afraid to speak truth no matter how uncomfortable it is..."

“What a show!! What a story! It was raw, intelligent and so well crafted while being so entertaining! Your story is a microcosm of the world’s stories of communities trying to mix together and deal with the pain points. It a story and performer ready for a larger stage! APPLAUSE!!!” – Chita O.

"This conversation needs her..."