Borders: Drama Views Refugee Crisis From Two Sides
Inspired by encounters with refugees, Borders is an urgent, moving and occasionally hilarious commentary on one of the great crises of our time. Through two alternating monologues, Borders tells the stories of a British press photographer and a Syrian graffiti artist whose paths cross in tragic circumstances. Written by the multi-award winning Englishman Henry Naylor, (whom the London Times described as "one of our best new playwrights") the show was one of the biggest hits of the Edinburgh Festival. Boldly directed by Louise Skaaning and Michael Cabot, it's fast-paced, stripped-back theater that conveys a huge and epic story using just two superlative actors, simple lighting and a couple of stools. See Naylor's piercing two-person drama at New York Theatre Workshop's Fourth Street Theatre.
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