Play about refugees, set on an overnight train in Europe.
Anima Theatre Company
Set on an overnight train somewhere through Europe, The Sleeper weaves together the real testimony of Syrian refugees and the personal experience of Henry C Krempels, who draws from his piece commissioned by Vice Magazine in 2015, at the height of the immigration crisis. The play describes a situation familiar to thousands of refugees over the past few years who have become stuck somewhere between leaving home and starting a new life, where anonymity rules and the less we reveal about ourselves the less obvious our differences will become.
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