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The third part of Border Crossings breathtaking Orientations Trilogy
, the first two parts of which have played worldwide. The trilogy tackles issues of gender, sexuality and performance in mythic and contemporary Asia and is a spectacular visual feast. A Chinese baby is abandoned by the roadside. Two Swedish actors play out sexual dramas, both onstage and off. Former banker, Marie Lucas battles with tsunami relief in India, until an unexpected phone call shatters her world and all the charactersPerformers Song Ru Hui, Radhakrishna Irala, Tony Guilfoyle.
Author Michael Walling. Producer Soho Theatre. Company Border Crossings (in association with a fleur de peau France/Shangai Dramatic Arts Centre China/Kalakadamba Art Centre India/Teater Eksem Sweden). Director Michael Walling.
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