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Jan 19-23, 2022
Jan 19-23, 2022
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Brown Eyed Girl
Brown Eyed Girl is an autoethnographic documentary theatre piece that encapsulates the prejudice and ignorance that has taken place over the years in America. What was originally an ethnography paper about the life of being in a multiracial family, turned into a play about the lack of acceptance and pure racism that the playwright- Jillianne Tamillo- has faced as a POC. As well as the experiences that parents of the playwright faced in an interracial relationship in Central Florida. This show parallels two events that happened more than thirty years a part to really show that we- a society- have not grown as much as we thought we have. In 2018, Jillianne was asked to leave a facility out of the back entrance because of a pro-confederate monument protest happening in Saint Augustine, Florida. In 1982, Ann Tamillo and Johnny Matthews were asked to leave an arcade because of their interracial relationship. Through a series of transcribed interviews and scenes, this show discusses the harsh reality that there is no moving forward in a society that is too blinded by ignorance to move.