Toasted Marshmallows Performances, Screenings and Appearances

Join us for a panel at the 2014 Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at De Paul University in Chicago. As part of Mixed Roots Stories programming at CMRSC 2014, we will be speaking with the performance ensemble Mixed Mamas, about the mixed experience in performance pieces.
Register for the conference here.

Source: toastedmarshmallowsproject.com

One Drop Vlog Episode 4 part 1: Georgia State University & Greatest Minds Society – YouTube

Clips from One Drop of Love visit to Georgia State University for the Greatest Minds Society panel and discussion on racial identity. September 18, 2014. LIN…

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One Drop of Love

One Drop of Love
Today at Stanford! 7:30 PM
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Stanford, CA
WHEN: Friday, September 5 – classroom visit at 11AM; performance at 7:30PM
WHERE: Campbell Recital Hall, 471 Lagunita (this address is to the Dinkelspiel Auditorium, which Campbell Recital Hall is attached to)
TICKETS: General admission; Stanford students and faculty will receive priority seating

Source: www.onedropoflove.org

One Drop of Love – a performance by Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni | Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations

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1936 ‘Show Boat’: A Multiracial, Musical Melodrama, Now Out On DVD

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With an unforgettable story and score, the 1927 musical tackled complex racial issues. Music critic Lloyd Schwartz says the 1936 film version of Show Boat is the best — and it’s now out on DVD.

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The Bay Area Reporter Online | Queer women’s film project showcases racial divide

Toasted Marshmallows is a film, performance, and community-building project created by two mixed-race queer women of color who’ve identified a gap in popular culture’s representation of mixed-race narratives.

See on www.ebar.com

Theatre Review: Adult Supervision – A sparky play about the mixed-race middle class

It’s US election night in 2008 and Natasha, a white ex-lawyer who has adopted two Ethiopian children, seizes on this as the ideal opportunity to throw a drinks party in her home for the “very small community” of other “mothers of children of…

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Playwright Sarah Rutherford: ‘Middle-class, mixed-race families are invisible on our stages’ – Interviews – 10 Oct 2013

As her new play Adult Supervision premieres at the Park Theatre, playwright Sarah Rutherford discusses multiculturalism in modern Britain

See on www.whatsonstage.com

Marpessa Dawn (African American/Filipino) [French (born in US)]

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Marpessa Dawn (African American/Filipino) [French (born in US)]

Known as: Actress, Singer & Dancer

Movies: Eurydice in “Black Orpheus”, “The Ball of Count Orgel”, “Sweet Movie”

Theater: “Chérie Noire”

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