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The Last Contract #2

by Ed Brisson & Lisandro Estherren

The Man is on the run, searching for the person from his past who leaked his kill list.


Theory/Theatre: An Introduction

by Mark Fortier

Theory/Theatre is a unique and highly engaging introduction to literary theory as it relates to theatre and performance. It is a brilliantly clear and readable examination of current theoretical approaches,...


Weald

by Daniel Foxsmith

The farm was there, wasn't going anywhere. It was solid, physical. Flagstones. Timber. Place housed the hopes and fears of hundreds of people, and I cast it to one side, just like that, because I was blindsided....


The Complete Plays

by Anton Chekhov & Laurence Senelick

"The most complete collection of the Russian playwright's repertoire."—Vogue This stunning new translation presents the only truly complete edition of the plays of one of the greatest dramatists in history....


Drama Education and Second Language Learning

by Joe Winston & Madonna Stinson

In recent years the contribution of drama to second language learning has grown internationally as a field of interest to both teachers and researchers. The potential for drama to provide strong social contexts...


Iphigenia in Splott

by Gary Owen

Stumbling down Clifton Street at 11:30am drunk, Effie is the kind of girl you'd avoid eye contact with, silently passing judgement. We think we know her, but we don't know the half of it.

Effie's life spirals...


Rewriting Narratives in Egyptian Theatre: Translation, Performance, Politics

by Sirkku Aaltonen & Areeg Ibrahim

This study of Egyptian theatre and its narrative construction explores the ways representations of Egypt are created of and within theatrical means, from the 19th century to the present day. Essays address the...


The Last Contract #1

by Ed Brisson & Lisandro Estherren

What's to Love: Last year, John Wick reminded everyone why hitmen make for awesome stories. Of course, we've known that for years as evidenced by The Killer and Hit. Ed Brisson's (Batman & Robin Eternal, Sheltered)...


Our Mother's Brief Affair

by Richard Greenberg

On the verge of death for the umpteenth time, Anna makes a shocking confession to her grown children: an affair from her past that just might have resonance beyond the family. But how much of what she says is...


Clickbait

by Milly Thomas

'Your appeal is that you look piss ordinary.

You're not ugly and you're not a Kardashian.

You look like a normal person.

A normal person that makes porn ...'

Nicola Barker is in trouble. A video has been made,...


Give Me Your Love

by Jon Haynes & David Woods

Welcome to the world of war veteran Zach. As the last man standing, he has retreated into a tiny dugout under a barrage of hostile fire. His enemies are cunning, using every trick in the book to mess with his...


This Will End Badly

by Rob Hayes

You can't even shit. Animals shit. Dogs.

Insects. Microbes. You're being outskilled

by the most primitive lifeforms on Earth.

Repressed rage. Entrenched isolation. Compacted bowels.

Rob Hayes' trio of interwoven...


Erasmus+: Guide for Schools, teachers,SMEs and project leaders

by Songul Susar

In education sector, European Union funds are among the most discussed and debated issues in Turkey. School administrators, teachers and even students want to take advantage of grant opportunities, but majority...


Crater

by Nick Samoylov, Lyman Don & Sterling Bill

It is 1992, just after the USSR was dissolved and free market economy was declared. Without corresponding legislature, law enforcement and even cultural tradition, the country dived into a chaos of an unrestrained...


P'yongyang

by In-Sook Chappell

'We have to be careful, we can't trust anyone.

But, in the dark, your thoughts are your own.'

Crossing military borders and class divides, P'yongyang tells the epic love story of two North Korean childhood sweethearts...


Something Cloudy, Something Clear

by Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams returns to a pivotal moment in his stormy youth in Something Cloudy, Something Clear, which introducer Eve Adamson calls "a delicately woven tapestry of past and present, vulnerability and...


Visions of Venice in Shakespeare

by Shaul Bassi & Laura Tosi

Despite the growing critical relevance of Shakespeare's two Venetian plays and a burgeoning bibliography on both The Merchant of Venice and Othello, few books have dealt extensively with the relationship between...


Miss Julie

by August Strindberg & David French

A riveting adaptation of a theater classic about an affair between the daughter of a count and the count’s man-servant.


Clothes for a Summer Hotel: Play

by Tennessee Williams

This late play by Tennessee Williams explores the troubled relationship between F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. The late Tennessee Williams’s Clothes for a Summer Hotelmade its New York debut in 1980. Here...


Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide

by Sarah Ratliff & Bryony Sutherland

Good, bad, ugly and illuminating—everyone has an opinion on race.

As biracial people continue trending, the discussion is no longer about a singular topic, but is more like playing a game of multi-level chess....