The Western prosperity community has toad tunnels (green bridges) built under its highways, bridges above them for wild animals on their way from A to B: “Crossing the Freeway,” as the last way out for animals to avoid the murderous structures of highly industrialized civilization. The many thousands of people fleeing from wars and misery in the periphery to the few centres of relative prosperity, however, have their last paths blocked. In an existential, reduced dance language, the Greek-born choreographer and school-pedagogue Kosmas Kosmopoulos attempts the impossible: “Crossing the Freeway”. Freedom is always the freedom of others – those who have no obstacles in their way?