KAIROS THEATRE

The opportune moment.

City Pages, Minneapolis, October 2018

"The Bathtub Girls is one of those shows that seems simple, but it takes a lot of planning for such gripping storytelling to look this effortless... an empathetic but chilling account that focuses on the relationship between the two sisters, who tempt each other into a terrible act but split at a crucial moment. Ross and Bushnik are both spot-on in this darkly entrancing show."

- Jay Gabler

Minnesota Playlist Review, October 2018

"Robin Luckwaldt Ross and Natalia Bushnik accomplish something truly remarkable here... It’s a haunting piece of work driven by a pair of supremely capable performers, and it’s not like much else you’ll see in the Horror Festival or anywhere else."
- Ira Brooker

Winnipeg Free Press - July 2017

★★★★1/2 Review

“In one hour, Toronto’s kairos theatre takes the "broken-home kids go bad" formula to an extraordinary new level.”

“A complex and polished performance technically… and artistically, this is one to see.”

— Janice Sawka 

CBC, July 2017

★★★★ Review
They're strong performers, and flesh out complex and sympathetic characters here. The piece itself can feel overwhelmingly grim at points, but it's also often eerily graceful and strangely hypnotic.

A dark but compelling piece of theatre. - Joff Schmidt

FringeReview, July 2016

"The complicity between Natalia and Robin is truly phenomenal. The text is punctuated with moments of choreography more synchronised, and more infused with meaning, than much of what I’ve seen amongst top professional physical theatre and contemporary dance companies. Their understanding of pace, of levels of tension, of letting the silences ring out as loud as the words, and of reeling the audience in and keeping them hooked, are top-notch and inspirational. The sheer breadth of the storytelling they achieve, in space, time and emotion, is all the more impressive when you realise that the playing area they use throughout is no more than about a metre and a half square, and the only prop they have to help them is a white bedsheet." - John Hinton, FringeReview