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It’s an inner journey the character undertakes to discover who she is and where she belongs in the world. No one chooses to be a refugee. Especially not a child. Milena Buziak

A LITTLE BIT OF HUMANITY TO TAKE HOME

Nour takes us through the perilous crossing that has brought her here, drawn by the promise of a better place to live. She recalls the dangers of the voyage, and most of all the pain of separation: how can she bear to leave Youmna, the deaf woman who loves her like a daughter? The young girl tears herself away, taking nothing with her but a mysterious little box.

On stage, one actress relates in words and another in sign language this touching and disturbing quest that reflects a very current reality. Like Nour, half the world’s migrants are children.

Duration

Performance is approximately 55 minutes with no intermission.

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