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Just About Home
Black and white picture of a woman running through an airport

"It’s so typical isn’t it, it’s all stupid bureaucracy and no one stops to think how these rules actually affect people’s lives."

Just About Home is inspired by personal and ancestral experiences of immigration. The play explores what it means to be an immigrant to Canada, and the culture of children born in Canada to immigrant parents.



Written by Natalia Knowlton Vásquez & Kara Chamberlain

Presented by Crossline Theatre

Short play, 2 actors


Just About Home was first workshopped as part of the Oh Canada! F(eh)stival at the Landor Space, Clapham.     


Directed by Anya Williams

Cast: Natalia Knowlton & Kara Chamberlain

Costume Design: Ronan Morrow



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