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



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.