Birth of a nAsian: Comedy Music Duo Slanty Eyed Mama Confronts Stereotypes
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The last date listed for Birth of a nAsian was Sunday November 8, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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This new children's show combines stories, poems and music in a light-hearted look back at some of the great women who changed the course of history, including famed nurse Clara Barton, who founded the Red Cross. With profiles spanning different historical periods and regions, the original score features everything from soulful spirituals and fife and drum tunes to hip hop, rap and even some fun musical-theater parodies. Diamonds in the Sky is aimed at all ages and stars a talented cast of four. Learn More
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“A killer combination of words, music, and noise.” —Anchorage Daily News
See a video of Kate Rigg at YouTube.
With a soundscape of electric violin played by Lyris Hung and words and flow by Kate Rigg, the Mamas penetrate stereotypes of Asian American identity and emerge rocking your world and loving you long time. Part character comedy, part standup, all music, Slanty Eyed Mama will let you in on the urban nuyorasian experience.
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