Crossing The Line
Crossing The Line

Crossing The Line

by Kieran Lynn

2016, Main Stage

Crossing The Line

by Kieran Lynn

2016, Main Stage

When a relaxing afternoon walk turns into a wacky international crisis, lovebirds Arthur and Olivia have no choice but to play by the absurd rules.

 

The two must closely rely on each other to escape the consequences of a ridiculous policy, but a comically by-the-book government official may push them to the brink of breaking up. Crossing the Line is a hilarious play about the physical and emotional lines we draw and how they divide and define us.

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