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The United Nations: The Border and the Coast (Play in the East Village)

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“Think Locally. Act Globally.” During the highest tension since WWII, a Russian and a German ambassador are forced to keep working together on other issues facing the UN. Meanwhile, strategic staff and interpreters grow frustrated by their seemingly meaningless work, causing some rash decisions in both their personal and professional lives, in Thirdwing's THE UNITED NATIONS: THE BORDER AND THE COAST.

Playwright notes about The Unite Nations: The Border and the Coast

This play seeks to grapple, comedically, with a few questions that the UN represents: “What am I/ are we supposed to be doing right now? To be a better person, to feel safe, to be on the right side of history, to be moral, to protect my family? Who am I as a global citizen, a partner in a relationship, a coworker, or a New Yorker? What team am I on but also what kind of individual am I?”

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The performances left are tonight through Thursday at 8pm (Friday and Saturday dark) then Sunday at 3pm and 8pm.

At The Wild Project, 195 East Third Street, (Between Ave A & B) NYCRun time 95 minutes with no intermission.

Photo ID, Proof of Vaccination, and masks are required for entry -just give your name at the desk. Wine etc. available to take into the theater.

To get your tickets, click here and enter JOSH at check out and the price will be $15 instead of $25!

Josh Pugh

Josh Pugh

Josh is a business founding, digital marketing focused, charity driving, community builder from South Australia, living in New York City. After moving in 2017, Josh realized that there was an opportunity to curate and help the community of expats who moved to the United States โ€“ and launched America Josh. Josh is also the President of Variety โ€“ the Children's Charity of New York, Secretary at The Mateship Foundation, and Founder & CEO at Fortnight Digital.View Author posts

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