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Natural Breaks and Rhythms

by Julius Ayodeji

An intense portrait of friendship, betrayal and the birth of jungle music

Beats and Cold, two ambitious DJs, are gaining a serious reputation in the music industry. They have found a new sound � jungle �...


How the World Began

by Catherine Trieschmann

Sharp, thoughtful and mysterious, How the World Began is a powerful story about an outsider in a close-knit, devastated community. Looking at the tension between secular religion and evolution, and how this...


Days of Significance

by Roy Williams

Days of Significance is the new work by Roy Williams commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and staged at the Swan Theatre in January 2007.


Monologues for Actors of Color: Women

by Roberta Uno

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Blues for Mister Charlie: A Play

by James Baldwin

In a small Southern town, a white man murders a black man, then throws his body in the weeds. With this act of violence--which is loosely based on the notorious 1955 killing of Emmett Till--James Baldwin launches...


The Amen Corner: A Play

by James Baldwin

Only a boy preacher who had grown up to become one of America's most eminent writers could have produced a play like The Amen Corner. For to his first work for the theater James Baldwin brought all the fervor...


Richard III: A Critical Reader

by Annaliese F. Connolly

Charting the ruthless rise and fall of the villainous king, Richard III remains one of Shakespeare's most enduringly discussed and oft-performed plays. Assembled by leading scholars, this guide provides a comprehensive...


The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior and His Sexy Wife Chipo

by Denton Chikura

Nhamo you are a legend of African Folklore! Hollywood awaits!

With just twenty-four hours to create the ultimate African fable, the superstar cast is missing a hero. Suddenly, a dashing goatherd appears on the...


Disgraced: A Play

by Ayad Akhtar

"Sparkling and combustible" (Bloomberg Businessweek), "DISGRACED rubs all kinds of unexpected raw spots with intelligence and humor" (Newsday). "In dialogue that bristles with wit and intelligence, Akhtar puts...


Festen

by David Eldridge

Helge, the patriarch of a chain of restaurants, is celebrating his sixtieth birthday and everyone is coming home from the party including Helge's sons, Christian, Michael and his daughter Helene. Missing from...


A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky

by Simon Stephens, David Eldridge & Robert Holman

On a farm in the North East of England a family gathers. Five brothers and four generations feature in an epic play about hope, love, fear and the very end of time.

A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky is a refreshingly...


The Memory of Water

by Shelagh Stephenson & Steve Lewis

A Student Edition of Shelagh Stephenson's award-winning play, complete with full introduction, commentary and questions for study.


Aristo

by Martin Sherman

Published to coincide with the world premiere of Martin Sherman's new play that opens at the Chichester festival in September and stars Robert Lindsay and Diana Quick.


B for Baby

by Carmel Winters

B for Baby is a tender, sharp-witted new play set in a residential care home for people with severe learning disabilities.


Caledonia

by Alistair Beaton

Caledonia is a tale of hubris and delusion, portraying a crucial slice of Scotland's history told with dark humour and creative flair, by award-winning playwright and satirist Alistair Beaton.


Danton's Death

by Georg Buchner & Howard Brenton

With its hair-raising on-rush of scenes and vivid dramatisation of complex, visionary characters, Danton's Death has a claim to be the greatest political tragedy ever written.


Cyrano de Bergerac

by Edmond Rostand & John Murrell

Immanently readable and stageable prose translation of the epic tale. Cast of 5 women and 12 men, plus minor characters.


Collected Plays and Teleplays

by Flann O'Brien & Daniel Keith Jernigan

Rarely reprinted, rarely staged, and often entirely unpublished, Flann O'Brien's works for the stage and television are speculative, inventive, and as wickedly funny as his novels.

In the same spirit as his...


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....