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The Girl with the rose-colored Eyes

Book by Amber Delaluz

Lyrics by Sam Rosenblatt

Music by Elspeth Collard

Three magical dolls tell us a story about the fractured friendship between a conservative white doll maker and a liberal Black doll shop owner. Set against the backdrop of the 1968 Women’s Protests in San Francisco, The Girl with the Rose-Colored Eyes is a queer, feminist exploration of overcoming the quotidian constraints we place on ourselves, others, and society in order to better understand the ever dynamic world we live in.

"Blur the Line"
Performed by Kris Bramson

"Dangerous World"
Performed by Colleen Pechin, Melaina Furgeson,
and Kimberlie Pagan

"In My Stories"
Performed by Sam Rosenblatt and Kris Bramson

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