|June 23, 2016||2:30 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
Nearly 25% of the population of the town of El Cajon in San Diego county are Iraqi refugees, mostly of Christian descent. These are some of their stories.
Thousands of miles away in South Africa, but connected through the Internet, the Abdullah family watches daily as their family, nation and beloved hometown are destroyed.
An unexpected and ambiguous friendship develops after a young Filipino migrant worker and an aging shopkeeper who misses her son, come across an abandoned baby whom they take to the police.
Having survived a dangerous voyage, six-year-old Mohamed hides on a beach, waiting for his mother to join him in their new country.