CANADA/2019

Keep your enemies close, and your family closer. The Tudor throne is empty, and three would-be Queens contend for the crown. Sisters turn against each other in a deadly struggle that threatens to tear the country apart. With Hennig’s trademark style and wit, the story of ‘Bloody Mary’ becomes a thrilling contemporary exploration of women and power.

Approximate running time: 2 hours and 10 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission.

Note: This production contains mature themes and occasional strong language, strobe-like effects, and fog.
Originally Commissioned and Produced by the Stratford Festival


January 28 - following the performance of Mother's Daughter four incredible women who have changed the face of leadership in our city will participate in an insightful and frank conversation about their journeys to success, the progress they have witnessed, and obstacles that will still be encountered. Media trailblazer Denise Donlon will moderate a conversation featuring Jill Andrew (MPP Toronto-St. Paul's); Sarah Bay-Cheng (Dean of the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design at York University); and Dr. Samantha Nutt (Founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada).


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Shannon Taylor. Season Art Direction by SOS. Photography by Danielle Matar

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