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Author: Lisa Manter

“The Mathematics of Love”: More Than Just a Sentimental Journey, at Brava Theatre, S.F.

“The Mathematics of Love”: More Than Just a Sentimental Journey, at Brava Theatre, S.F.

“And My Back Bled Tears”: Cherríe Moraga Reclaims La Malinxe by Lisa Manter Cherríe Moraga’s new play “The Mathematics of Love” exposes the heavy burden of history on indigenous and Chicana women. Clocking in at almost three hours and unapologetically intelligent, the play places a significant burden on our attention. The payoff is a deep understanding of the thorny dilemmas faced by Chicana and Native American women—as they deal with their internalized guilt over their attempts to achieve a modicum…

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Lisa Manter

Lisa Manter

Lisa Manter lives in San Francisco and has interests in medieval studies, film, and queer theory. She teaches in the English Department at Saint Mary’s College of California, finding time for dancing and museum going in her spare time.