Operation SUNshine is a full-length solo performance about the time I rescued 179 SUNshine Girls from the basement of my childhood home.
The SUNshine Girls, models who posed for the Toronto SUN newspaper from 1988-1991, and their reverse news articles come to life and provide the catalyst for true and fictional stories about the objectification of women, children in peril and gender-based violence.
Experience a bygone era of Toronto as a child of the city navigates sites of danger in this dark comedy and coming-of-age story.
Written and performed by Jennifer McKinley
Directed by Clara McBride
Part of the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival!
Part of The Storefront Theatre's 2018 Feminist Fuck It Festival!
April 12, 2018 9pm
April 21, 2018 2pm
Geary Lane (360 Geary Ave., 1 block north of Dupont, west of Dufferin)
" ... a heartstopping one-woman show that ingeniously turns hard topics into the funniest and most poignant hour and a half."
" ... a personal, honest, and socially relevant piece of theatre that is indisputably brilliant."
--Katharine dos Santos, Mooney On Theatre