Areh by Jeffrey Kinsey, Mia Bergeron and Amelia Dregiewicz
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Areh by Jeffrey Kinsey, Mia Bergeron and Amelia Dregiewicz

An ancient religion grotesquely modernized, The Purpose, deifies children for their deformities—a beautiful girl with three arms, a brave boy with one eye… the exceptional list goes on. Painted and costumed, they are worshiped on stage. Shy and exposed, they are ridiculed in the streets, often by the same faces. Glorious or repulsive? Gods or … Continue reading

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