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KC Fringe Festival
Anonymous: Immigrant Voices

Content Rating: Adult Fare

Type of Performing Arts: Theatre

Written by <Unknown>
Directed by <Unknown>
(Rating: 3.8 | 5 Votes: Rating Closed) | List the 2 Reviews!


See immigrant voices if you care about humanity

Posted on Jul 25, 2013
by alanskoalas

4 out of 5

Immigrant Voices is a timely play given the status of the immigration debate in Congress. Too many right wing Republicans and Libertarians seem to believe that immigrants, Mexicans in particular, want to come to America for a free handout. Not true. This play has a nine member cast, including seven adults and two children, that each has a monologue of approximately five minutes, in which each tells their story of attempting to come to America or arriving in America. They explore their reasons for wanting to come here, how they are treated by the Americans, and what happens to their families. They tell how their families are split apart, including having their babies taken away, and some thrown in jails. All have compelling stories that show their humanity and the evilness that exists among many Americans. A very well written script and all the cast members delivered their lines well. The only improvement that is needed in this and many of the plays at Fringe is that their are sometimes soft spoken cast members that really need a microphone. I did have a very hard time hearing the younger child in this play. This is a must see play.


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