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  • Author:agent Alison Croggon
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 A Crucible of Memory
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'You walk into La Mama’s familiar, intimate space, with the creaky staircase going up to the tiny office-come-changing room and the walls famously covered with an inch-thick layer of paint from the thousands of productions that have passed through it, and you feel it. Every time. All the passions rehearsed over the years have soaked into its very substance. Whether you’ve been an audience member or one of the many artists who have performed there, La Mama Theatre is a crucible of memory.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Monthly no. 136 August 2017 11704039 2017 periodical issue 2017 pg. 58-59
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