Understanding Interculturalism. Background.
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Stetson University Stover Theatre February 2007
In the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regional competition in Greensboro, N.C. Florida International University 's production of Eduardo Machado's The Cook
MANUELA [in reference to Cuba]: My cousins are starving there.
MIMI: At least they know who they are.
MANUELA: You don’t? Well, I’ll tell you. You’re Manuela Sonia Marquez Hernandez. A Cuban girl. Don’t forget what I just told you.
MIMI: No, Grandma. I’m Manuela Sonia Marquez, better known as Mimi Mar-kwez. I was born in Canoga Park. I’m a first-generation white Hispanic American.
MANUELA: No you’re not. You’re a Cuban girl. Memorize what I just told you (Machado, 181).