• Sophomore Rosa Obregon of aeronautics and astronautics (left), junior Kim Nguyen of electrical engineering and computer science (center), and freshman Hillary Stanton portray immigrants trying to reach America in a boat lost at sea in a rehearsal for

    Sophomore Rosa Obregon of aeronautics and astronautics (left), junior Kim Nguyen of electrical engineering and computer science (center), and freshman Hillary Stanton portray immigrants trying to reach America in a boat lost at sea in a rehearsal for "Seachange."

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Lost at sea

Sophomore Rosa Obregon of aeronautics and astronautics (left), junior Kim Nguyen of electrical engineering and computer science (center), and freshman Hillary Stanton portray immigrants trying to reach America in a boat lost at sea in a rehearsal for "Seachange."


Sophomore Rosa Obregon of aeronautics and astronautics (left), junior Kim Nguyen of electrical engineering and computer science (center), and freshman Hillary Stanton portray immigrants trying to reach America in a boat lost at sea in a rehearsal for "Seachange," a collaborative theater piece on the immigration experience, created and staged by Dramashop. The show continues Feb. 14-16.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 13, 2002.


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