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Airport Kids

Airport Kids

Third-Culture-Children, also referred to as Trans-Culture-Children (TCCs) or World Nomads, spend much of their young lives in cultures and countries not their own. They are displaced young persons, sons and daughters of well-healed refugees and employees of multinational corporations. They attend international schools where the language is English, though many of them speak several languages and carry three passports. Since the term was coined in the '60s by Ruth Hill Useen, the lives and subcultures of these young people have been the subject of extensive research. The one trait they share is a complex concept of terms like 'home' and 'nationality' that differs considerably from anything found among the less mobile members of the global population. In airport Kids, there are Chinese, Brazilian, Canadian/French, angolan, Romanian, Moroccan, Indonesian, Indian and Irish children, all of whom live in Switzerland at present, but follow their parents all over the globe, make and lose friends every couple of years and come from privileged backgrounds. Patrick got his first credit card when he was ten. Still, if one is expecting to find a bunch of brats, dysfunctional and superior, one will be surprised. These kids are pluricultural; they are vocal; they are lonely and in the show they each have their own baggage container, a cramped metal space to call home, a place of privacy where they can keep their most cherished possessions. One has a drumkit, another pet snails, a third a tennis racket, a fourth an accordion. Their containers are moved around the stage and they emerge to tell part of their life stories and return to the safety of their own individual, mobile space. They form a rock band and appear in video projections on the side of each others containers; they share with us their experience of the past and their vision of the future.
- Jackie Fletcher, British Theatre Guide

Original Playwright - Lola Arias

1st Produced:
De Singel International art Campus, antwerp    2009

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