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Nov 7, 2017
Shedding Light on Bridge Repertory Theatre's Dark Room
By Natasha Bonfield Bridge Repertory Theatre’s Dark Room begins in shadow, a sliver of bright light emerging from a barely cracked open door. A young woman stands partially illuminated, her gaze fixated on something we cannot see in a far corner of the room. She starts her ascent, slowly, wordlessly up a twisted flight of stairs. Under the guidance of director and Bridge Rep founder Olivia D’Ambrosio, this is what the audience of the third workshop of Dark Room is led to imagine. An actor does stand before us, embodying the character of photographer Francesca Woodman, but that is the extent of the scene setting; the rest is left up to our imagination. The space Bridge Rep inhabits at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center is bright and spacious, more Versailles ballroom than darkened warehouse, currently lacking the somber atmosphere a play like Dark Room requires. It is here that D’Ambrosio encourages the audience to envision the endless possibilities available to a production...

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