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KISMET, things have changed

The Chop Theatre (Vancouver) | Presented with PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

FEB 04–08, 2020

Historic Theatre

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 late 20s travelled across the country and interviewed 100 people, aged 1 to 100, about what they believed in. Now, with three deaths, four marriages, and five kids between them, the artists are in a very different place in life, and their concerns aren’t about what to believe in, but how to survive. So the team set out to find the remaining people and interviewed them again. What they discover 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)

Running Time:
80 minutes, no intermission

Feb 4, 7:30PM: Opening
Feb 5–8, 7:30PM
Feb 8, 2PM

Post-show Artist Talkback:
Feb 05

Part of the Femme Series: highlighting the strength and power of female-identifying voices and experiences.


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