The building of a cross-border by-pass is held up when a Nigerian ground worker discovers ancient remains in the path of the bulldozers. The disturbing of the bones appears to trigger a series of strange events in the nearby area. Ancient myths of Eastern Europe, Africa and Ireland collide in a small rural town. Old tensions are replaced by new ones.
In addition various members of the cast double up in minor roles.
18 September 2007
Produced by Upstate Theatre Project
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