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Carnival and Theater: Plebian Culture and the Structure of Authority in Renaissance England: Plebian Culture and the Structure of Authority

by Michael D. Bristol

In this title, first published in 1985, Michael Bristol draws on several theoretical and critical traditions to study the nature and purpose of theatre as a social institution: on Marxism, and its revisions...


Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll & Simon Reade

When Alice falls down a mysterious rabbit hole she stumbles upon a magical fantasy world where anything can happen . . .

Take tea with the Mad Hatter, meet the White Rabbit, grin with the Cheshire Cat, and play...


Shirley Valentine & One for the Road

by Willy Russell

Part of the "Modern plays" series aimed at the burgeoning readership of young theatregoers, this title and five others are reissued, representing the range and vitality of the list of 170 titles in print .


Williams Plays: 1: The No Boys Cricket Club; Starstruck; Lift Off

by Roy Williams

Living alone on a drab London council estate, Abi has long since lost sight of the good things in life, until an old friend takes her back to her glorious past in Jamaica as the greatest all-rounder of the No...


Mnemonic

by Bloomsbury Publishing

A play and production from one of the world's most innovative theatre companies


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


Country Music

by Simon Stephens

Dramatic new play of crime and redemption by winner of Pearson Most Promising New Playwright Award, 2001

A story of crime and redemption, starting at the mouth of the River Thames and moving across England over...


Babies

by Jonathan Harvey

An hilarious comedy set on a South London council estate. When a young schoolteacher accepts an invitation from one of his pupils to a birthday party, little does he suspect that both the girl's mother and her...


Wood Plays: 2

by David Wood

If there is anyone who should be the children's playwright laureate it is David Wood' (Evening Standard)


Masterpieces

by Sarah Daniels

Masterpieces is a powerful issue-play, a vehement statement against pornography that has set theatre audiences on edge since its first production in the 1980s. Written in response to excessive and graphically...


Why Is John Lennon Wearing a Skirt?: And Other Stand-Up Theatre Plays

by Claire Dowie

This work comprises five pieces from this performer and playwright.


Albert's Boy

by James Graham

Features blackly humorous drama of Einstein's tortured conscience. This book is a thought-provoking drama addressing issues of 'yob' culture and the effects of bullying. It commemorates the World Year of Physics,...


Darwin in Malibu

by Crispin Whittell

With the debate about evolution behind him, Darwin now finds guidance from tabloid horoscopes and trashy novels in a beach house in Mailibu. But when his friend Thomas Huxley washes up on the beach with the...


At the Inland Sea

by Edward Bond & Tony Coult

A play for young people, describing the transition from childhood to adulthood. In the process of choosing how to live, young people are shown as potential creators of our world, or its destroyers.


'Good' & 'a Nightingale Sang'

by C. P. Taylor

Two plays in one volume, written by the same writer as "Peter Pan Man" and "To Be a Farmer's Boy". The first is set in Germany in the '30s and questions how humane people came to be swept along by the Nazi force....


Dreaming

by Peter Barnes

A haunting and brutally funny story of heroism and human values


Blue Murder

by Peter Nichols

"Blue Murder is an absolute cracker, as ingenious as it is riotously funny" (Daily Telegraph)


An Experienced Woman Gives Advice

by Iain Heggie

"Heggie's cut-across dialogue crackles with life; fast, funny foulmouthed" (Times Educational Supplement)


An Experiment With An Air Pump

by Shelagh Stephenson

In 1799, on the eve of a new scentury, the house buzzes with scientific experiments, furtive romance and farcical amateur dramatics. 1999, and in a world of scientific chaos, cloning and genetic engineering,...