The best play about BREXIT was written in Scotland in 1995.
It’s also about a few other places …
“Without an acronym, a rhyming slogan and a concerned actress you’ll be ignored.”
Two refugees arrive in a small border town already reeling from layoffs at the local factory, and because the trains that link all of Europe no longer stop in the town’s station. Everyone in town, old and new, must decide where home is and what they will do to find, make, or keep it.
With David Pichette, William Hall Jr., Douglas Graham, Yadira Durarte, Emily Pike, Monal Pathak, Tallis Moore, and Danny Lacker. Designs by Roberta Russell, Lucy Peckham, and Richart Schug. Directed by Terry Edward Moore
March 12 – April 4 at the MainStage at 12th Avenue Arts. Tickets available from Brown Paper Tickets!