Production announcement coming soon


Ghost Quartet

Eclipse Theatre Company is thrilled to announce our exciting partnership with Crow’s Theatre for the Canadian Premiere of “Ghost Quartet” as part of our 2019/20 season. This immersive musical experience will be presented from October 5th - November 3rd at Streetcar Crowsnest, directed by Marie Farsi and starring Beau Dixon, Hailey Gillis and Andrew Penner. We can’t wait to share this haunting and brilliant piece with you all from the writer of “Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812”. Tickets and more information can be found at

MARCH 2019

Kiss of The Spider Woman

Book by TERRENCE MCNALLY, music by JOHN KANDER, lyrics by FRED EBB and based on the novel by MANUEL PUIG, Kiss of the Spider Woman was originally directed by Harold Prince. The musical had runs in the West End (1992) and Broadway (1993) and won the 1993 Tony Award for Best Musical. The musical ran on Broadway for 904 performances.

ETC's KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN WAS presented in Toronto at the Historic Don Jail (Bridgepoint administration building) from March 6 to 10, 2019. The Don Jail is located at 550 Gerrard St E, Toronto. For the full information on the Creative Team and Cast please go to our KOSW page under EVENTS.

Kawa Ada as MOLINA

Since graduating from The Boston Conservatory, Kawa has played leading roles at Tarragon, Factory, Cahoots, Buddies in Bad Times, the Belfry, the Grand, Centaur, Canadian Stage, several seasons at both The Shaw Festival and Soulpepper, for which his debut performance earned him a Dora Award. Recent film and television credits include a recurring role on the CBC drama, Shoot the Messenger and a starring role in the 2018 Oscar-nominated film, The Breadwinner. Kawa has the distinction of being the first Afghan-Canadian published playwright. His produced plays include The Wanderers (Cahoots/Buddies) and The Death of Mrs. Gandhi and the Beginning of New Physics (Next Stage). This past year, he was Playwright-in-Residence at Tarragon. He currently teaches at George Brown Theatre School. Kawa is also a national keynote speaker on diversity and leadership development.


Tracy Michailidis as AURORA

2018 Dora award for Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Musical (for Britta Johnson's Life After; Musical Stage Company, CanStage, Yonge Street Theatricals) Broadway and U.S. Tours: Fun Home, Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Stratford: Fiddler on the Roof (Hodel), The Fellini Radio Plays, Patience, The Three Musketeers. Shaw: The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Rosa Bud), Peter Pan. Atlantic Theatre Festival: Three Sisters (Natasha), Into the Woods (Cinderella). Charlottetown Festival: Anne of Green Gables (Anne), Emily (Emily). Theatre Calgary and Musical Stage Company: The Light in the Piazza (Franca). Also with Musical Stage/Studio 180: Parade. Other favorite Credits include: Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play (Outside the March), Angels in America: Millennium Approaches (WJT), The Ugly One and The Marvelous Wonderettes (Thousand Islands Playhouse), Guys and Dolls (Segal Centre), Lost in Yonkers (Theatre Northwest), Little Women (Theatre Orangeville), The Light in the Piaza (Theatre Calgary), Anything that Moves (The Belfry Theatre), The Other Place (Weston Playhouse). Tracy is a passionate advocate for new music theatre, and is the founder of Musical Works in Concert, which ran for 6 seasons at Toronto's SummerWorks Festival and developed and presented 20 original Canadian musicals. She also runs her own teaching studio here in Toronto, and is a part of the MTCA faculty in New York City.


A salon is an exciting event hosted by one of our Umbraphiles! An exclusive fundraiser to which guests are invited to come share a beautiful location, and be treated to a private concert by some of the country’s most exceptional talents! While enjoying a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres, we will share with you how our season is shaping up, what exciting events are approaching, and of course, let you in on any Eclipse secrets we might keeping.

Whether attending a Breakfast Salon with Champers and Orange, or an Evening Speakeasy with Gimlets and a big band, these events are a chance to be a part of our company, meet other Eclipse Theatre supporters, and get to know us more personally.

Please let us know if you are interested in hosting or attending an event like this.