GIN. SKIN. SIN. FUN.
The gin and jazz are flowing in this explosive musical set in 1920’s Manhattan, following the reckless relationship between a Vaudevillian clown and dancer as it spirals out of control during one ferocious get-together.
Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe’s thrilling Tony-nominated musical, based on the 1928 poem by Joseph Moncure March of the same name, was called “The first musical triumph of the new century!” by the New York Daily News.
Produced in association with Obsidian Theatre Company.
Awards & Recognition
- 2 Toronto Theatre Critics Awards (2015): Best Actor in a Musical (Daren A. Herbert), Best Supporting Actress in a Musical (Susan Gilmour)
- 8 Dora Award nominations (2015): Outstanding Production, Outstanding Male (Daren A. Herbert, Dan Chameroy), Outstanding Female (Cara Ricketts, Susan Gilmour), Outstanding Ensemble, Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Costume Design
- 2 Dora Award wings (21015): Outstanding Performance by a Male (Daren A. Herbert), Outstanding Choreography (Stephanie Graham)
Leading Lights Supporter:
Don & Shirley Green
Linda & Chris Montague
music and lyrics by
Michael John LaChiusa
Michael John LaChiusa & George C. Wolfe
based on the poem by
Joseph Moncure March
music direction by
Rebecca Auerbach, J. Cameron Barnett, Dan Chameroy, Josh Epstein, Susan Gilmour, Sarite Harris, Daren A. Herbert, Sara-Jeanne Hosie, Lisa Horner, Sterling Jarvis, David Lopez, Larry Mannell, Stephen Patterson, Eden Richmond and Cara Ricketts
head of props
assistant musical director
apprentice stage manager
An exuberant staging packed with knock-’em-dead performances
– The Globe and Mail
Michael John LaChiusa’s dark, brilliant, jazzy setting of Joseph Moncure March’s 1928 epic poem springs into vivid sonic life… Cara Ricketts is yearning, vulnerable, magnificent.
— The Toronto Star
Be prepared; you will be blown away by this gritty, sexual, exciting and compelling story.
— AM 740
Photos by Racheal McCaig Photography.