Sixteen 5- and 6-year-olds cluster around UW-Madison student Danielle King, waiting for the invisible teleporter that will take them to the faraway village of Mazatika.
The people of Mazatika lack clean water, King has explained. Many are sick. It’s the job of her pint-sized companions — all of them participants in the university’s Drama in Education lab class — to find a way to help them.
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