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Authentic Journeys in Amarillo Nov 10, 2012

Teatro Línea de Sombra's Amarillo isn't a piece for Americans per se, it's only being performed in four American cities on its tour, but when contextualized in a place like Seattle, it is suddenly about people looking for the life that the audience has.

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Making the invisible visible Nov 10, 2012

“Yo miro al norte, pero el norte no me mira a mí.”  “I look north,” says the migrant everyman in Teatro Línea de Sombra’s Amarillo, “but the North doesn’t look at me.”

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The dividing line or frontier Nov 9, 2012

Border - the dividing line or frontier between political or geographic regions 

I use this definition because it articulates with a word that place we find ourselves facing all too often if we were to open our eyes. How many borders must we cross to get where we are going?

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Sanctuary Nov 9, 2012

Nothing less than the total sacrifice of your identity, your past, the joys of family and comfort of any success. With only a desperate hope (and somewhat naive understanding of what lies ahead), armed with only the steel resolve of a soul's innate knowing, effecting nothing less than a complete evisceration of what is known, plunging into the dark across a sea of impossible change.

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