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Serbia - "Kumovi"

International Voices Project (IVP)

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)

Serbia - "Kumovi"

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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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Instituto Cervantes
31 West Ohio Street
Chicago, IL 60654

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)

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“From its earliest days, Chicago has been the North American gateway for trade and transportation. That legacy lives on today, as Chicago creates and defines its international gateways- in business, in trade, and in the arts. The City we are building celebrates international art and is eager to explore and collaborate with its global partners. It is our belief that IVP is one more bridge to that present-and-future Chicago, by creating opportunities for conversation and connection among diverse urban voices. Where might this symphony of voices lead? What opportunities for playwrights and producers might we create? That conversation might be the most exciting of all.”

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