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Tuesday Dec 18, 2012 (8–9pm)

Wednesday Dec 19, 2012 (8–9pm)

Thursday Dec 20, 2012 (8–9pm)

Friday Dec 21, 2012 (8–9pm)

Saturday Dec 22, 2012 (8–9pm)

Thursday Jan 3, 2013 (8–9pm)

Friday Jan 4, 2013 (8–9pm)

Saturday Jan 5, 2013 (8–9pm)

Wednesday Jan 9, 2013 (8–9pm)

Thursday Jan 10, 2013 (8–9pm)

Friday Jan 11, 2013 (8–9pm)

Saturday Jan 12, 2013 (6–7pm)


The Chocolate Factory

5-49 49th Ave



$20 ($15 student)

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Kristen Kosmas is a compelling performer with a distinct poetic voice — rhythmic and humorous and verbose. In this show, she expresses her appreciation for the character Vassily from Chekov's Three Sisters by relating her own neuroses and antisocial behaviors to his sociopathic struggles with interaction. Mixing Chekov's language and her own funny tangents, Kosmas' monologues are largely underscored by the sonorous voice of Larissa Tokmokova translating into Russian, connecting the audience to the original text while leading an exploration of a cracked mental state. Using a theatrical style wholly her own, Kosmas questions the labeling that divides the mentally ill from the rest of us.

John Peacock, Flavorpill