DVxT Theatre Company
DVxT Theatre Company
15 Case Goods Lane, Suite 310
Toronto, Ontario M5A 3C4

T: 416 504-DVxT (3898) · E: info@dvxt.com

Theatre for the Critical Masses

Vikki Anderson – Artistic Director
Vikki AndersonA theatre director, designer and producer, Vikki is the founder of DVxT Theatre Company. Vikki's work for DVxT includes the multi award-winning production of Ibsen's The Doll House adapted by John Murrell, the acclaimed Soulpepper production of Happy Days starring Martha Burns and most recently, a site-specific production of The Turn of the Screw at the Campbell House Museum. DVxT has received 19 Dora Nominations and 12 Dora Awards for their work thus far.

Recent directing credits include: The Misanthrope (Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Associate), The Mill Part 4 : Ash (Theatrefront/Young Centre), Romeo & Juliet (Canadian Stage); The Last Five Years (The Grand Theatre); Creon (Theatreworks).

Vikki has collaborated with many other theatre artists and companies, including: Buddies in Bad Times, Crow's Theatre, Factory Theatre, Great Canadian Theatre Company, The National Arts Centre, Nightwood Theatre, Smith-Gilmour, Soulpepper, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Tarragon Theatre, Theatre Calgary and Theatre Direct.


Rupal Shah - Artistic Producer
Rupal Shah Rupal was appointed DVxT Theatre's producer in August 2010 following two years as the company's Associate Producer. She brings not only an in-depth knowledge of DVxT to her new position, but experience from Toronto's independent performing arts community.

Along with Naomi Campbell, Rupal co-produced DVxT's multi-Dora Award-winning production The Turn of the Screw. She is the Training & Apprenticeship Coordinator at Obsidian Theatre, and the Community Outreach Coordinator at Pleiades Theatre.

As a freelance administrator, Rupal has worked with Theatre Ji, Aluna Theatre and Nightwood Theatre. She has worked in community outreach for the Janek Khendry Dance Company and inDANCE. Rupal was the Associate Producer at the Classical Theatre Project and the Toronto Youth Theatre, as well as a freelance stage manager, production manager and tour manager.


Jane Gooderham – Voice and Movement Coach
Jane GooderhamJane is currently a Voice, Text and Dialect Coach for The Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Voice and Movement teacher on the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre at the Stratford Festival (6 seasons). Recent credits include: Voice and Text Coach on Oroonoko (Theatre for a New Audience, Duke Theatre, New York), Voice & Dialect Coach on The Lord of the Rings (Wallace/Mirvish), Homechild and The Syringa Tree (CanStage), St. Christopher (DVxT); Voice Coach on The Doll House (DVxT), Happy Days (DVxT/Soulpepper); Dialect Coach on The Producers and Mamma Mia (Mirvish Productions). Additional teaching includes Triple Sensation (CBC), Soulpepper Theatre Company, University of Illinois, The Grand Theatre, Fanshawe College, Centre Indigenous Theatre and the Centre for the Arts (Toronto). Trained as an actor at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Jane holds an MA Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama (London, England).


John Gzowski – Sound Designer
John GzowskiFor dance, John has composed for Dancemakers, Kaeja D’dance, Kate Alton, Michael Sean Marye and Julia Aplin, using instruments, electronics, bicycle bells, homemade instruments, found sounds, multi speaker systems and anything else he can get his hands on. He has performed Romany Gypsy music with the Altin Yildiz Orkestar, South African pop with Siyakha, Greek and Arabic music with Maza Meze, and North Indian flavoured jazz with Tasa. Previously for DVxT: Coyote Ugly (Dora Award for Sound), The Doll House (Dora Award for Sound) Happy Days and St. Christopher.