Company Manager & Creative Producer – Caitlin Dullard

Caitlin Dullard has been part of the La Mama family since 2006. She began her involvement as the Mobile and Access programs Coordinator, and additionally, was appointed Company Manager/Creative Producer in January 2014.

Caitlin holds a Masters of Teaching (English and Drama), a Post Graduate Diploma of Arts (Theatre), a Bachelor of Arts (Drama and Literature) and a Post-Graduate Certificate of Arts & Community Engagement at the VCA. Caitlin has also worked with Auguto Boal and trained in Forum Theatre.

From 2006 – 2013 Caitlin was a volunteer performance facilitator at DVA Theatre Company (www.dvatheatre.com), a theatre company for people with disabilities, which she has been President of the Board since 2006. She has facilitated and directed numerous community projects with a wide range of participants working with Western Edge Youth Arts, Carlton High Rise Estate, Platform Youth Theatre, Bendigo Health Care, Festival for Healthy Living, Transvisions Arts, AMES and Sydney Road Community School. In 2013 she was the Community Partnerships Coordinator at the Centre for Cultural Partnerships, VCA & MCM, University of Melbourne.

She has worked extensively across New Zealand and regional Victoria, devising and presenting works and developing exchange programs and collaborations. Recently, Caitlin produced Uncle Vanya in Avoca, the film version of Coranderrk: We Will Show the Country, as part of the Minutes of Evidence Project and curated the La Mama Explorations program.

In 2014 she directed We Were Almost Entirely Happy at La Mama and in 2015 will direct Birdcage Thursdays.