THEATRE PREVIEW

NOVEMBER 2019 | Volume 185

 

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Kismet, Things Have Changed
by Emelia Symington Fedy et al
Chop Theatre
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Burnaby
Nov. 13-16
$36/$15
www.shadboltcentre.com or 604-205-3000
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Created and performed by: Emelia Symington Fedy, Anita Rochon, Hazel Venzon, Daryl King

A show about fate and destiny a decade in the making.

Ten years ago, four artists in their twenties travelled across Canada and interviewed one hundred people, aged 1 to 100, about their beliefs.

Now, with four marriages, five kids, two parental deaths and two cross-country moves between them, the artists are in different places in their lives, with different concerns. They set out to find the surviving people and interview them again — 10 years later — and with some new questions. What they discovered on the road is revealed in a complicated yet intimate portrait of change.

“In its celebration of ordinary people, KISMET one to one hundred is hilarious, it’s moving, and it’s always, always generous.”—The Georgia Straight (on KISMET one to one hundred (2010))

Created and performed by:
Emelia Symington Fedy
Daryl King
Anita Rochon
Hazel Venzon
Stage manager: Geoff Jones
Sound design & original music: Antoine Bédard
Visual design: Drew Facey
Lighting design: Brad Trenaman
Projection design: Sophia Wolfe
Projection technical support: Sammy Chien& Shang Chien

Wednesday, November 13 to Saturday, November 16, 8pm
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts (Studio Theatre)
6450 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby
Tickets:  Adults: $36 / Youth (18 & under) $15
tickets.shadboltcentre.com or 604-205-3000
(Subscription pricing is available by calling the box office)
Approximate running time: 2 hours

Produced by The Chop Theatre

The Chop is a company that brings together artists to create new Canadian theatre. It was founded in 2006 in Vancouver by current Artistic Directors Emelia Symington Fedy and Anita Rochon. The Chop is recognized for work that is sophisticatedly “simple” – that is, the artistic propositions are spare and clear so that complexities come from the depth of the investigation. Productions are characterized by an intentionally live and direct connection with the audience.

 

 

 

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