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Actors rehearsing a dance sequence
Kimber Lynn Drake (Aurora) and the ensemble of Kiss of the Spider Woman
Actors rehearsing a musical number
Liam Devine (Molina) and the ensemble of Kiss of the Spider Woman.












A Common Thread Theatre Company (ACTTC) is thrilled to announce the opening of the critically acclaimed musical “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” set to mesmerize audiences at the Dennison Memorial Hall in the Boston Chruch Framingham from July 26 to August 4. This Tony Award-winning musical, with a brilliant book by Terrence McNally and a dynamic score by Kander & Ebb, presents a harrowing tale of persecution juxtaposed against a dazzling spectacle of liberating fantasy.

“Kiss of the Spider Woman,” based on the novel by Manuel Puig, centers around the complex relationship between prisoners in a Latin American jail—Valentin, a passionate revolutionary, and Molina, a flamboyant window dresser. As they navigate their unfortunate reality, Molina shares his fantasies about an actress, Aurora, who famously portrayed a Spider Woman who can kill with a kiss. ACTTC’s production brings together a talented ensemble cast led by Liam Devine as Molina, Adam Sell as Valentin, and Kimber Lynn Z. Drake as Aurora.

This theatrical masterpiece promises to be an unforgettable experience with its powerful storytelling, haunting melodies, and stellar performances. Don’t miss the chance to witness this extraordinary musical performance, which will undoubtedly have a profound impact on everyone in attendance.


Tickets are $30 ($25 for students and seniors with valid ID) and can be purchased from our website at or directly from our ticketing platform at All performances start at 8:00 p.m. except the Sunday matinee which begins at 3 p.m. The venue is located at 214 Concord Street in Framingham.

By A Common Thread Theatre Company

A Common Thread Theatre Company is a community theatre, founded by local theatre veterans, which seeks to unite the Greater Boston area under a common goal: to foster, promote, and increase the public knowledge and appreciation of the arts and cultural activities through theatre and other artistic endeavors.