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Tuesday May 2nd – Serbia “Kumovi”
Synopsis: Kumovi is a domestic comedy that takes place on Milan and Ana's twenty-fifth anniversary. Milan has recently lost his job and his best friend, Boban, has disappeared, leaving Milan depressed and anxious. But Milan has made a new friend, a stray dog, who comes to his rescue when he is mugged in the park, and one of the policemen investigating the mugging happens to be a dog "specialist." Through the combined efforts of Milan, the policeman and the dog, both the mystery of the missing man and Milan's anxiety find a happy resolution.
Playwright: Dušan Kovačević
Translator: Dennis Barnett
Director: Liz Carlin-Metz
Collaborator: Vitalist Theatre
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