Cultural Arts: Stages
Hollywood Fringe Festival
Confessions of a Mulatto Love Child
Confessions of a Mulatto Love Child is the inappropriate over-share of a co-dependent bastard child’s life with her acerbic English mother and the deep bond they forged. Portraying multiple characters, Bellina Logan conveys affection for and acceptance of her mother’s often-questionable behavior, which is further complicated when she develops Alzheimer’s. Through interwoven anecdotes, Confessions tells a beautiful mother-daughter story with hilarity and a ton of heart.
Written by Bellina Logan
Developed and Directed by Maggie Soboil
Produced by Los Angeles LGBT Center/Jon Imparato
Presented at the Center’s Davidson/Valentini Theatre as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival on April 6, 2008
Originally presented as part of the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival
HERSELF, HER MOTHER, OTHERS……….Bellina Logan
Developed and directed by Maggie Soboil; setting by Desma Murphy; costumes by Paula Higgins; lighting by Matt Richter; sound design by D’Lo; production stage manager Maggie Marx; production manager Patricia Sutherland; and crew Tor Brown, Dennis Peraza, and Rebecca Schoenberg.