Articles on ‘La Boite Theatre’

Lady Beatle is Spot On  

Naomi Price in Lady Beatle. Image by Dylan Evans.

It’s fifty years to the day the Beatles released their eighth studio album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band– a very fitting time for the opening of The Little Red Company’s Beatles tribute cabaret Lady Beatle. Like all good cabaret, Lady Beatle intertwines music with an underlying simple but effective narrative story with really interesting… Read more.

Straight White Men at La Boite

Straight-White-Male - La Boite. Image: Kate Pardey.

La Boite’s  Straight White Men, now playing at the Roundhouse theatre, seems an unlikely pick for this progressive company – but this is echoed in Young Jean Lee’s genesis for the play. She started by asking herself a question: “‘What’s the last show in the world I would ever want to make?’ and a play about… Read more.

The Motion of Light in Water

Motion in Light and Water. Image Supplied.

Elbow Room’s latest production is based on the life and work of science-fiction writer Samuel R. Delany. The author’s unusual relationship with his wife Marylin Hacker is depicted against the backdrop of an intolerant American society on the verge of the cultural revolution of the late 60s. Delany is gay and black, while Hacker is… Read more.

The Wind in the Willows World Premiere at La Boite Theatre

Luke Carroll in Wind in the Willows - La Boite Theatre. Photography: Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

Maxine Mellor and Kat Henry have adapted Kenneth Graham’s classic children’s book The Wind in the Willows to the stage for La Boite Theatre’s summer programme. The Wind in the Willows, starring Luke Carroll (Black Diggers, Play School) is a one man tour-de-force, kid’s style. The story follows four friends in a heartfelt and humorous adventure with Ratty,… Read more.

A Doll’s House

In a bold new recreation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play A Doll’s House, director Steven Mitchell Wright and writer Lally Katz, present a play that is both challenging and refreshing to our senses. For those who need a refresher from high school studies, A Doll’s House, centres around Nora (Helen Christinson), the wife and mother… Read more.

Cosi: La Boite Brisbane

Ticketed Seating Can Go Burn a Cat! Marking the 10th Anniversary of La Boite at the Roundhouse Theatre sees a welcome return of one of Australia’s most iconic and loved comedies; Louis Nowra’s Cosi. After the initial kafuffle over the new seating arrangements at La Boite, which prolonged the curtain-up time by around fifteen minutes,… Read more.

FOOD at La Boite Theatre Delights the Senses

The newest La Boite presentation of FOOD is a delicious concoction of food, family, sex, dreams, and realities with a healthy dose of the nature-versus-nurture debate. Two sisters, the stoic Elma (Kate Box) and the flighty Nancy (Emma Jackson), take over their mother’s roadside café after she dies. Mixing sibling rivalry with dark recollections of… Read more.

Food opens tonight in Brisbane

The third offering on the La Boite menu for the 2013 Season is the new Australian play Food by Steve Rodgers, which opens in the Roundhouse Theatre tonight. The play is about two sisters who run the family takeaway joint out in a middle-of-nowhere stretch of Australian highway. The two girls’ dream of owning a… Read more.