Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Borders and Immigration an older play that is a new topic again

I wrote the play "Borders" many years ago, back in the early 90s, when immigration and border crossings from Mexico were a big issue.  There was a news story about a rancher who was killing the illegal border crossers and only got a fine from a Texas judge rather than being arrested for murder.

Immigration is a big issue again so this play continues to have relevance.  It's a good one for a current events discussion.

Check out "Borders" by D. M. Larson - http://freedrama.net/borders.html

Here is another version called "Hippies, Housewives and Watering Holes" - ironically it seems to make a good comedy, but the 2016 Presidential election is a big of a comedy so that makes sense - http://freedrama.net/hhwh.html

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