Anton Chekhov wasn't only a playwright. He wrote numerous short stories, too, leaving some that seem like sketches for a play.


Timothy Gillespie directs Claude Solnik's adaptation of Anton Chekhov's classic short story The Kiss.

The play shows how a soldier can be sustained by a kiss through a war and how a single kiss can change a life and lead to all sorts of unforeseen developments


Performances Sept. 22 to Oct. 8 with 7 p.m. shows Fri. Sept. 22; Sat. Sept. 23; Thurs. Sept 28; Fri. Oct. 6 and Sat. Oct. 7 Sun. 3 p.m. matinees Sept 24, Oct. 1 and Oct. 8. Info. 516-404-2960. Tickets $20/$15 srs. And student at










See the premiere of this show that brings a great Chekhov short story (and just a great story) to life.




Giovanni Marine
Kerri Dillon
Lora Batorsky
Larry Bellman
Frank Butler
JoAnn Celentano
Melissa Da Costa
Joe DiPietro
Cara Fortune
Ron Friedmann
Michael Ruggiere
Joe Sherer
Jon Skelly 
Amanda Skiba  
Brenna Gwyn Snowe
Justin Trice

Costumes by Chery Manniello.  Alexander Vartanian lights/sound.

Tracey Pine props.
Theater294, 294 Farmingdale Rd. (Route 109), East Farmingdale

Sept. 22 to Oct. 8

Tickets $20/$15 students/srs

and at the door

Info. 516-404-2960

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