A play about love, nostalgia, the seasons and how we learn to say goodbye.
"It's tender and poignant and awkward and funny all at the same time -- you know, just like life."Broadway World
"Kodachrome is somewhere between an ensemble love story, a mischievous comedy and a supernatural dream."Willamette Week
"This breezy new play by Adam Szymkowicz, receiving its world premiere production at Portland Center Stage under the direction of Rose Riordan, is warm and cheerful but clear-eyed about the impermanence of love."The Oregonian
"Overall, I highly recommend Kodachrome. You'll leave Colchester with a newfound determination to stop putting off whatever it is you've been putting off and, in the words of Harold Hill, 'make today worth remembering.'"Broadway World
"The play intermixes moments of gut-wrenching sadness with lighthearted humor, all while forcing the audience to pause and confront each emotion with the click of a shutter."The Portland Mercury
"This is a beautiful play -- understated, tricky, often humorous, and universal. It's a story about ordinary people going about their lives."Judy Nedry
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Welcome to Colchester, a small town where everybody knows each other and the pace of life allows the pursuit of love to take up as much space as it needs. Our tour guide is Suzanne, the town photographer, who lets us peek into her neighbors' lives to catch glimpses of romance in all its stages of development.