Sounds of Cultura: ‘Kiss of the Spider Woman’

“Kiss of the Spider Woman” is the story of a relationship between two cellmates in a prison in Argentina during the dirty war of the 1970s. Guillermo Reyes, professor with the ASU School of Film, Dance and Theatre and director for “Kiss of the Spider Woman” talks about the production.

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Guillermo Reyes, professor with the ASU School of Film, Dance, and Theatre and director for Kiss of the Spider Woman

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