“This is what it is to witness a master of his craft.” – Lily Janiak in the San Francisco Chronicle
“…seventy-five spellbinding minutes…” – Linda Hodges in BroadwayWorld
Following the divisive 2016 presidential elections, artist Dan Hoyle conducted interviews along the US-Mexican border, at refugee safe houses on the US-Canadian border, and in the multi-cultural housing projects of the South Bronx. What resulted is this one-man performance offering a stunning series of portraits of people who immigrate across borders, geographical or cultural, by necessity or choice. Hoyle’s cast of characters include an Army vet turned chess master in the Bronx, an off-the-grid rancher in Arizona, and a recent refugee fleeing the Taliban, all retold in Hoyle’s signature style of funny, yet poignant journalistic theater.
A post-show discussion will be led by Dr. Arash Daneshzadeh from Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay and Blaine Bookey from the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies.
Full cast and creative team bios >
“An exhilarating, linguistic rollercoaster of 75-minutes…Hoyle expertly paints strokes of the difficult, different realities of unique individuals wanting to be heard.”
– Natalie Rine in the OnStage Blog
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