Defying Boundaries – Performance as Method: An evening with Sage Xaxua Morgan-Hubbard

Defying Boundaries- Performance as Method: An evening with Sage Xaxua Morgan-Hubbard

Join us for a performance reading, peace circle and workshop

Thursday, October 25 2:30pm-6:30pm | DePaul Art Museum | 2nd Floor
Doors open at 2:00 light snacks will be served

Sage will read a performance except from her new play ‘Mixed Mamas’. Combining her love for the four women who raised her, ‘Mixed Mamas’ is a celebration of motherhood, womanhood, race, ethnicity, femininity, vulgarity, funkiness and grace. Mixed Mamas is about mixing life up and making it your own. It is about being independent and part of a community of your choosing at the same time…a showcase of women who defy boundaries and survive despite obstacles. Mixed Mamas is about women’s first encounter of love- their mothers.


Afterward Sage will co-hold a peace circle with Misty De Berry followed by a performance writing workshop highlighting themes within the performance.

Sage Xaxua Morgan-Hubbard is the Academic Partnership Coordinator in the Dance Department at Columbia College Chicago. She was the cipher organizer for Words, Beats & Life’s Midwest Hip Hop Teach-In “Remixing the Art of Social Change” and the Outreach Director of Young Chicago Authors. She earned her MA in Performance Studies at Northwestern University and is a graduate of Brown University where she studied “Performance Studies: Socially Conscious Art of the Everyday” and Ethnic Studies. Sage is a poet, activist and teacher from Washington, D.C. She is the founder of WORD! spoken word artists and activists, a former DC poetry slam coach and one of the original members of Spoken Resistance and the performance group Sol y Soul.