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Encounters with Tadeusz Kantor

by Krzysztof Miklaszewski & George Hyde

An invaluable collection of documents and discussions of the work of one of the most significant theatre practitioners of the last fifty years.

This unique set of reminiscences, written by one of the actors who...


Stage Managing and Theatre Etiquette: A Basic Guide

by Linda Apperson

Here is a practical introduction to one of the most complex jobs in theatre. Linda Apperson clearly and concisely leads the reader through the procedures and responsibilities of stage management, from auditions...


Six Characters in Search of an Author

by Luigi Pirandello

Robert Brustein's highly acclaimed adaptation of Pirandello's masterpiece, a study in illusion and reality which follows a group of characters who try to fashion their life stories into acceptable drama. Plays...


Death of Bessie Smith, the Sandbox, and the American Dream

by Edward Albee

This new collection features three acclaimed one-act plays from Edward Albee's early years. With the initial productions of The Death of Bessie Smith, The Sandbox, and The American Dream, Albee consolidated...


Alternative Shakespeare Auditions for Women

by Simon Dunmore

Like the companion volume for men, Alternative Shakespeare Auditions for Women brings together fifty speeches from plays frequently ignored such as Coriolanus, Pericles, and Love's Labours Lost. It also features...


The Man Who Had All the Luck

by Arthur Miller & Christopher Bigsby

The forgotten classic that launched the career of one of America's greatest playwrights

It took more than fifty years for The Man Who Had All the Luck to be appreciated for what it truly is: the first stirrings...


The Secret Rebellion

by Martin Baggen

A young, rightful queen returns from exile to her homeland. Her mission is to reclaim her country from the grip of an oppressive foreign occupation. To achieve her goal, she must find a king.

Her quest leads...


Purapurawhetu

by Briar Grace-Smith

This is the te reo Maori translation of the award-winning playscript Purapurawhetu. At its heart is a story of loss and grief: Hohepa is driven to despair by the long-ago death of his baby son; and the once...


Measure for Measure

by William Shakespeare & A. Braunmuller

"I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. Convenience, however, is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant...


The Night of January 16th

by Ayn Rand

To the world, he was a startlingly successful international tycoon, head of a vast financial empire. To his beautiful secretary-mistress, he was a god-like hero to be served with her mind, soul and body. To...


Henry VIII

by William Shakespeare & Stephen Orgel

With new editors who have incorporated the most up-to-date scholarship, this revised Pelican Shakespeare series will be the premiere choice for students, professors, and general readers well into the twenty-first...


Harlequin Empire: Race, Ethnicity and the Drama of the Popular Enlightenment

by David Worrall

Under the 1737 Licensing Act, Covent Garden, Dury Lane and regional Theatres Royal held a monopoly on the dramatic canon. This work explores the presentation of foreign cultures and ethnicities on the popular...


Woven in Deception

by Nirmala Kasinathan

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Woven In Deception is the story of a wealthy Indian family, a forgotten deceit, and a malignant curse.

At the age of 65, Doraisamy inherits his father's textile empire. Soon afterwards he is diagnosed...


The Events

by David Greig

'I have been thinking I might go berserk.'

When Claire, a priest, survives an atrocity she sets out on a quest to answer the most difficult question of all: 'Why?' It's a journey that takes her to the edge of...


The Same Deep Water as Me

by Nick Payne

Had an accident at work? Tripped on a paving slab? Cut yourself shaving? You could be entitled to compensation. Andrew and Barry at Scorpion Claims, Luton's finest personal injury lawyers, are the men for you....


Gabriel

by Samuel Adamson

This is noisily Protestant England - the England of William and Mary's Glorious Revolution at the end of a century of civil strife. This is London in the 1690s, the monster city tamed into awe by our only Orpheus:...


Larisa and the Merchants

by Alexander Ostrovsky & Samuel Adamson

The Value of Something is Never its Price

In a trading town on the banks of the river, penniless Larisa is desperate to marry and escape heartbreak and humiliation. But in this brutal world of transactions true...


The Victorian in the Wall

by Will Adamsdale

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A work-shy writer discovers a Victorian man living in the wall of his flat. Everyone's pretty surprised. Adjustments need to be made....


No Quarter

by Polly Stenham

You were brought up on mythology. Hollow mythology. That's why you're all stuck, all angry, a prince in the wrong story. A prince with a black eye.

Fleeing a world he has rejected, Robin finds solace in his...


The Absence of War

by David Hare

The Absence of War offers a meditation on the classic problems of leadership, and is the third part of a critically acclaimed trilogy of plays (Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges) about British institutions.

Its...