Come Here

SHORT: An Immigration Official figures out what to do with a child detainee.
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Come Here

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  • Ellen Koivisto:
    21 Dec. 2018
    Whoa, dialogue ripped from a concentration camp near you, as the so-called responsible adult toys with, intimidates, and threatens the child who doesn't (can't?) speak. Absolute power corrupts absolutely, and there's every indication that the intentions of this adult (and the adults doing the same thing at our border right now) were always bad.
  • Sharai Bohannon:
    28 Jul. 2018
    This monologue made me uncomfortable the whole way through. Soltero-Brown has a way of capturing humanity in these moments that test what these characters are truly made of, and often times, they fail in pretty heartbreaking ways.
  • Rachel Bublitz:
    3 Jul. 2018
    A deeply disturbing and unsettling monologue that tackles the horror being inflicted by our government on the families and children coming to our country to seek asylum. Soltero-Brown has a terrifying monologue in COME HERE that needs be done all over, reminding us that now is not the time to become apathetic.