Indian Blood

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A performance work written by Robbie McCauley comprising of monologues, visual projections, and live music. The show mixed personal history with social and political commentary in a discussion of the effects of race and class in both the past and present. It was the third installment of a serial performance work entitled Confessions of a Working Black Woman and, like McCauleys other pieces, used family history to comment on social circumstances.

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