If you’re in LA, be sure to check out this one-woman show, Mulatto Math performed by Monique DeBose in a workshop production in Venice. We need more of our stories out there. Support our artists! July 8, 2017 at
681 Venice Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90291
Learn more here.
Mulatto Math is a funny, tender, heartwarming one woman show about a mixed race girl’s journey into herself. She explores all aspects of the race conversation that you’ve questioned yourself but have been too afraid to speak out loud about. Come experience the bravery, vulnerability, hilarity, ignorance and ridiculousness that is race in America.
Monique DeBose, M.A., is a world class jazz vocalist, songwriter, gifted facilitator, Wholistic Voice Coach and music educator in the field of creative vocal improvisation. She began teaching vocal improv workshops in 2009 after studying with Rhiannon and Joey Blake of the renowned Bobby McFerrin Voicestra. Monique holds a masters in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, a B.A. in Applied Mathematics from U.C. Berkeley, and is also an accomplished singer-songwriter with two albums to her credit: the 2005 release of her debut LP “Choose The Experience Vol. 1: Ready For Love”; and her 2006 sophomore release “Choose The Experience Vol. 2: Closer.” She is currently working on her third album project. Monique has toured throughout Europe, India and Asia and currently resides in Santa Monica with her husband Rich and their sons Kaleo Rex (5yr) and Ellington Madiba (3yr).