Alison CotesSep 12, 2013
Did the world need another Wizard Of Oz? Brisbane's La Boite offers one anyway -- a high-camp farce that doesn't present much to chew over.
Alison CotesFeb 28, 20137 Comments
Holding The Man means a lot to a lot of people. This production does Tommy Murphy's adaptation of a seminal book a grave disservice. It's all played for cheap laughs.
Alison CotesJul 26, 2012
Sydney's loss was Brisbane's gain, for when Margi Brown Ash made the big move 24 years ago, Brisbane gained a theatre performer of prestigious talent and a unique imagination. She a
Alison CotesJul 2, 2012
A voice, crying in the wilderness. Or in this case, three voices, because director Dave Sleswick has re-imagined this play very heavily, and instead of the one female actor, he has
Lloyd Bradford SykeJun 27, 20112 Comments
It all began so well. Anthony Neilson's confessional, creative battle with the dreaded black dog is aesthetically enchanting, having both alluring colour, texture and a special kind
Matthew KopelkeApr 7, 2011
Boy meets sock puppet, and there's fireworks (and a little oral sex). Alone on the Roundhouse stage, far from perverse the scene epitomises all that is magical about La Boite's late
Matthew KopelkeMar 8, 2011
It's been a long while since I last attended a performance by La Boite in Brisbane. In fact, it’s been so long that the last time I saw one of their shows their venue was located