By Kieran Lynn
When a country's new border is drawn, a pair are divided through the road. less than the rigorouseyes of a new border shield, they're trapped in an more and more absurd nightmare, caught in among competitive international locations at the verge of battle. a comic book new play exploring the imaginary strains that divide us and the critical consequences for breaking them...
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