Tag: La Mama

‘Duras: The Lover’ at La Mama Theatre

Reviving the classic tale of cross-cultural illicit love in 1929s North Vietnam, Laurence Strangio’s long-awaited adaptation of this tale of transgressive love is immaculately rendered in The Lover, showing for only three nights as part of La Mama Theatre’s Explorations…

‘Rust and Bone’ at La Mama Courthouse

Warning: strong masculine themes. ‘Rust and Bone’, directed by Daniel Clarke, is a violent portrayal of today’s Everyman. Welcome to the testosterone- and adrenaline-induced world of Eddie, James, and Ben. The script, by Caleb Lewis, combines the three men’s stories….

Oriel

You might assume being appointed Australia’s first playwright-in-residence (1944), coupled with a prodigious output across many decades, might mean you weren’t a footnote in national literary lore.  However, the 1955’s Playwright’s Advisory Board’s co-winner for her play ‘The Torrents’ (beside…

Albert Camus’ ‘The Outsider’ at La Mama Theatre

  Have you ever wondered about the absurdity of it all? Have you ever had an entirely inappropriate emotional reaction to a real life tragedy? If you have, then Stork Theatre’s production of Albert Camus’ The Outsider is an excellent…