The big payoff of the design elements is in the way they reflect thoughtful directorial choices of thematic continuity. ...Charlotte Di Change’s costume design features layer upon layer of sensuous red, highlighting the bloody deeds of the quintessentially Jacobean plot.
- Britt MacLeod, UBC Players Club
The costumes designed by Charlotte Di Chang were richly textured giving an air of decadence and sensuality. The costumes were vividly red against the set, suggesting blood and accentuating the violence of the play’s subject matter.
- Zhi Wen Teh, The Ubyssey
No longer set in 17th century Spain, Fernandes’ Changeling has the futuristic/nostalgic feel of a punk ‘50s sci-fi B-movie, largely as a result of Charlotte Di Chang’s emphatic costumes with their pointy shoulders, bright plastic pants and random furs.
Charlotte Di Chang’s costume design is likewise poetic, from Beatrice’s blood-red regalia to De Flores’s spiked epaulettes to the copper-coloured ensembles that distinguish the subplot’s players.
- Danny Kai Mak, Georgia Straight