La Mama Theatre


Review: (de)construct

At La Mama Theatre in Carlton on Wednesday night I got to experience a moving and powerful physical theatre piece called (De)construct. […]


Review: The Privatisation of Ward 9B

The Privatisation of Ward 9B follows a desperate psychiatrist, Doctor Craven (played by David McCrae) in his efforts to supplement diminishing public […]


Review: The Servant of Two Masters, La Mama Theatre

Theatre company ‘Make a Scene’ alongside the La Mama Learning Company are currently presenting their interpretation of Carlo Goldoni’s masterpiece ‘The Servant […]


Review: Courage To Kill, La Mama Theatre

La Mama Theatre is an ideal place to host the Australian premiere production of Lars Noren’s Courage to Kill. This tense two-hander, sometimes three-hander, […]


Review: A Room of One’s Own

A Room of One’s Own is an extended essay written by Virginia Woolf. It is based on a series of lectures Woolf gave […]


Review: Fucking Parasites

Content warning: contains swearing. Review by Ebony Beaton Fucking Parasites directed by Adam J A Cass, is a grim look into the world […]


Review: Yeah Absolutely + Still Alive MICF

On Wednesday I went to see the opening night for YEAH ABSOLUTELY and STILL ALIVE who are sharing La Mama for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. […]


Review: The Other Side

Katie reviews The Other Side, “a piece of improvised musical theatre” she saw at La Mama Theatre earlier this week. Katie found […]


Review: Woodcourt Art Theatre Double Bill – Encounter and Carly & Troy do ‘A Doll’s House’

Katie attended the opening night of Woodcourt Art Theatre’s Double Bill Encounter and Carly & Troy do ‘A Doll’s House at La Mama Theatre. In Carly […]


Review: Birdcage Thursdays

Of all the mental illnesses, it is perhaps hoarding that is most misunderstood. Often simply treated fodder for trashy reality TV shows, […]