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On Friday, 25 October, the DARTcritics attended the production One, from Montréal’s Orange Noyée productions, at the Brock Centre for the Arts. Here is a selection of their critical responses: Mani Soleymanlou Sarah Lawrence writes: Darkness.  Silence.  Anticipation.  Suddenly, a shadowy figure darts across the stage,…

Next week sees the Brock Department of Dramatic Arts main stage production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, featuring several members of the DARTcritics team. The production, co-directed by DART professors Gyllian Raby and Danielle Wilson, is set in the 1950s and laced through with country blues music. It plays from 7-9…

On 3 October, the five DARTcritics embedded in Cabaret Sauvignon saw the production, and reflect on the experience here given their privileged insight into the ideas behind the show. One critic writes: Rockway Vineyards is where the scene plays out. Guests seated, a three-course meal, and 1920s-style cabaret theatre th…

The 35 students in DART’s Theatre Criticism class saw the Shaw Festival’s production of Lady Windermere’s Fan on 24 October, 2013. Here is a selection of the DARTcritics’ reviews. Hayley Malouin writes:  The only true constant is scandal, a sentiment made exquisitely clear in the Shaw Festival’s production of Lady Wind…