August 15: Theatre Isn’t Dead

Noelle Carbone for Theatre Isn’t Dead:

“Watching DARK LOCKS is like seeing a car crash in slow motion.  You know you’re headed for a tragic ending.  Yet the writing and performances draw you along with hope that the characters will find some common ground before it’s too late.”

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August 11: Dark Locks is “Thought-provoking, compelling theatre” – “Don’t miss It”.

Mike Anderson for Mooney on Theatre:

A “ripped-from-the-headlines take on the Shafia family murders, but–like a lake–it runs much deeper than we may assume. This isn’t shock theatre or exploitation, this is an earnest attempt to explore a uniquely Canadian tragedy through a uniquely Canadian lens.

Nothing is extraneous or superfluous, and everything is compelling. Once it starts, you simply cannot look away.”

“Thought-provoking, compelling theatre with an excellent cast. Don’t miss it.”

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