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A trip around the world via storytelling at its most effortlessly fluent, 17 Border Crossings starts with a man at a desk on an empty stage and ends up everywhere but. The itinerary: a worse-for-wear Communist-era train traveling from Prague to Belgrade, the wheel well of a transatlantic jet to Heathrow, and 15 other border crossings recreated with magnetic, offhanded charm by theater director, designer, and raconteur Thaddeus Phillips (Red-Eye to Havre de Grace). A chair, table, and bar of lights become the imagined settings for invasive body searches at Charles de Gaulle, ayahuasca experiments in the Amazon, KFC-smuggling in Palestine, and run-ins with Ace of Base on Croatian ferries in this engrossing look at the perplexing ins and outs of our fragile right of passage.
Celebrated actor Paterson Joseph inhabits the curious life of Charles “Sancho” Ignatius.
Visionary director Karin Coonrod dissects Queen Elizabeth I through her writings.
Carl Hancock Rux and Theo Bleckmann weave together stories of genealogy and genocide.