UNHCR World Refugee Day: No Place Called Home
6/20/2012

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This play written and performed by Kim Schultz tells the story of her travels to Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria and of how she fell in love with one of the Iraqi refugees she interviewed along the way. Featuring music performed by Amilkaeyla Gaston, the play is directed by Sarah Cameron Sunde. 

NOTE: THIS PERFORMANCE CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE AND MATURE THEMES.

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