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	photo by&nbsp;Charles Venzon</p>

photo by Charles Venzon

In the spring of 2009, four artists set out across Canada to interview one hundred people, ages 1 through 100 about their experiences and beliefs around KISMET - fate and destiny. What they discovered on the road – a myriad of personal stories of mystery, joy and endurance – became the anchor for a fascinating and intimate show that blends verbatim interviews with the experience of the travelers.

KISMET one to one hundred premiered at the Theatre Centre’s FreeFall festival in Toronto in March 2010. It then went on to play to sold-out houses at Rumble Production’s TREMORS at The Cultch and was nominated for ‘Outstanding Innovative Creation’ and ‘Critics’ Choice for Innovation’ at the 2010 Jessie Richardson Awards. The show was also presented at the Magnetic North Theatre Festival in Ottawa in June 2011, the Presentation House in North Vancouver, in October 2011 and The Gateway Theatre in March 2012.

“KISMET one to one hundred’ is hilarious, moving, and always generous.”     Colin Thomas – Georgia Straight

  • Created and performed by Emelia Symington Fedy, Daryl King, Anita Rochon and Hazel Venzon
  • Directed by Anita Rochon
  • Sound Design by Antoine Bédard
  • Visual Design by Drew Facey
  • Lighting Design by Gina Scherr
  • Dramaturgy by Camille Gingras and Lois Anderson

Read some of our reviews.

KISMET one to one hundred is an easily tour-able show that is available from September 1, 2011 onward.

1 hour, 4 performers
Contact emelia@thechoptheatre.com for booking information

Produced with the generous assistance of: Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council, City of Vancouver, Cultural Artistic Leadership Program (National Theatre School of Canada), Rumble Productions, The Theatre Centre, Harbourfront Centre (Worldstage) & Volkswagen Canada