November 15 - November 18, 2018
Thursday & Saturday at 7PM; Friday at 8:30PM; Sunday at 3PM
By Théâtre d’Un Jour
Directed by Patrick Masset
Written as an allegory, Exodus is a multi-disciplinary performance that questions the large migration waves. Four artists from different backgrounds tell the tragic story of a migrant’s deafening silence. They tell about their dreams of freedom, washed up on the shores of a “free” country. A moment of fragile beauty changing your perception of reality, revealing the delicate nature of the balance and evanescence of life. Told through music, theatre, video, puppet and circus, it is a disturbing symbol of the current situation of refugees facing “the European fortress.” This piece will feature an American based Iraqi refugee, Rahim Alhaj.