The David & Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation present

March 6-10, 2019

Book by Terrence McNally

Music by John Kander

Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Based on the novel by Manuel Puig

KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN at the Don Jail is an immersive piece of musical theatre uniting space and story. By letting the narrative unfold in this historic building, the artistic producers are able to highlight a piece of Toronto’s history, while presenting a musical theatre classic in a thrilling new way. Set against the gritty world of Argentina’s Dirty War, the musical spins a harrowing tale of persecution, while straddling the two worlds of dark reality and colourful fantasy. Fuelled by his need to escape the harshness of prison life, Molina shares stories of the glamorous actress named Aurora. Through their unlikely union, these two characters change one another in unexpected and illuminating ways, as they grapple with politics, masculinity and the power of love over death.

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Kiss of the Spider Woman is presented by special arrangement with samuel french inc.

We wouldn’t be on this amazing theatrical adventure without the immense generosity from our sponsors

The David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation

The Hellyer Foundation

Elly and Peter Daniels

Mitchell and Lissie Sanders

spencer Miller

Bear path inc

Photography by John Gundy

Poster / Graphic design by BT/A Advertising

Starring

Tracy Michailidis as AURORA

Kawa Ada as MOLINA

Jonathan Winsby as VALENTIN

Jayne Lewis as MOLINA'S MOM

Eva Tavares as MARTA

Alejandro Ampudia as THE WARDEN

ENSEMBLE

Hunter Agnew, Joshua AlCantara, Alexander Batycki, Noah Beemer, Emma Burke-Kleinman, Michael Derworiz, Jesse Drwiega, Jill Goranson, Alexandre Iannuzzi, Kelsi James, Taran Kim, Alten Wilmot, & Elise Wilson.

CREATIVE TEAM

Director: Evan Tsitsias

Assistant Director: Joseph Recinos

Musical Director: Chris Barillaro

Choreographer: Sara-Jeanne Hosie

Assistant Choreographer: Darren Burkett

Sound Designer: Jeremy Mitchell

Production Designer: Nick Blais

Production Manager: Daniel Bennett

Stage Manager: Laurie Merredew

Dramaturg: Antonio Miniño

Fight Director: Kevin Kruchkywich

In conjunction with: SHERIDAN COLLEGE