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One Drop of Love

solo performance · csula goes to the fringe · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States

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One Drop of Love is a multimedia solo show that journeys from the U.S. to East & West Africa and from 1790 to the present as a culturally Mixed woman explores the influence of the one-drop rule on her family and society. All proceeds from the Sunday, June 30th show go to MASC – Multiracial Americans of Southern California ( in celebration of Loving Day – the anniversary of the 1967 Supreme Court decision making interracial marriage legal in the United States (

Bring a friend of a different ‘race’ and get 1/2 off your tickets for Friday, June 21st or Friday, June 28th (discount code: whatisrace)

CSULA students get half price tickets (discount code: csula)

Written and Performed by Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni
Directed by Jillian Pagan
Stage Manager: Jennifer Castillo
Projections Designer: Heather Fipps
Light Designer: Jessica Morataya

production team

fanshen cox digiovanni *
playwright, performer, producer

* Fringe Veteran

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