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 www.thekissli.brownpaperticket.com