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The Cosmonaut¿s Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union

by David Greig

"The most important playwright to have emerged north of the border in years." (Scotsman)


The Crime of the Twenty-first Century

by Edward Bond

One of Britain's greatest living contemporary dramatists, Edward Bond is widely studied by schools and colleges. The collection includes a commentary by the author.


Never Land

by Phyllis Nagy

Specially commissioned by the Hampstead Theatre, "Neverland" is a blend

of humour and surrealism, with interconnected issues of sex, truth,

sincerity, psychology and mystery.


Shivered

by Philip Ridley

A state of the nation play meets a dreamlike memory play by maverick writer Philip Ridley.


Semi-Monde

by No¿l Coward

Written in 1926 and originally entitled Ritz Bar, Semi-Monde was considered too daring for its time. A visually daring comedy that provides a metaphor for Coward's own sexuality.


'Serving It Up' & 'A Week With Tony'

by David Eldridge

"Trash for starters, Tories for seconds: David Eldridge is Serving it up again" (Independent)


Redundant

by Leo Butler

"You will come back though won't yer, Darren? Yer will come back? Say

yer'll come back. Come back." Lucy is 17. She dreams of love, security

and a bright future. However, first she must confront reality - and

reality...


Monsieur Ibrahim And The Flowers of the Qu'ran

by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

Internationally acclaimed play of cross-cultural friendship


The Boy on the Swing

by Joe Harbot

The Boy on the Swing is an original and unnerving play which satirises the corporatisation of God. Ingenious and thought-provoking, the play is by turns sinister and surreally funny.


The Grown-Ups

by Nicholas Kelly

Alan and Nicola are a couple desperate to keep pace with the boom time. However, when Alan's sister Amy is involved in a scandal, Alan finds himself questioning his values and wondering if he can cut it in this...


'The Dogstone' and 'Nasty, Brutish and Short'

by Kenny Lindsay & Andy Duffy

A programme text of two short plays that examine the darker side of Scottish families and which were presented as a double-bill at the Traverse Theatre in November 2009.


Wit

Pulitzer Prize for Drama 1999

by Margaret Edson

Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, the Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the Lucille Lortel Award, and the Oppenheimer Award

Margaret Edson’s...


Arden of Faversham

by Martin White & Tom Lockwood

This revised edition of Arden of Faversham contains a completely

re-written Introduction that brings the text up to date with the latest

performance history, criticism and research and fresh insight into the

context...


The Recruiting Officer

by George Farquhar & Tiffany Stern

This edition sheds light on Farquhar's work, highlighting its status as an account of army corruption and sexual intrigue, and its relevance to later literature such as Brecht's Trumpets and Drums, Keneally's...


The White Devil

by John Webster & Christina Luckyj

John Webster's revenge tragedy, The White Devil is a story of adultery, corruption and murder and explores how a corrupt person can depict themselves as good or `white'. In this revised edition students will...


The Rivals

by Richard Brinsley Sheridan & Tiffany Stern

A major new edition which brings a modern approach to the Introduction and text.


The Revenger's Tragedy

by Brian Gibbons

The Revenger's Tragedy is a famous Elizabethan tragedy set in a dissolute Renaissance court in Italy, a maelstrom of vice and intrigue. In this new edition, students will find a wealth of information to support...


'Tis Pity She's a Whore

by John Ford & Martin Wiggins

Ford's tragedy, originally printed in 1633, was the first major English

play to take as its theme fulfilled incest between brother and sister.


The Shoemaker's Holiday

by Thomas Dekker & Jonathan Gil Harris

One of the most popular Elizabethan plays, The Shoemaker's Holiday is one of the earliest examples of `citizen comedy' plays set in London and dealing with the dominant concerns of metropolitan society - class...


Three Late Medieval Morality Plays: Everyman, Mankind and Mundus et Infans: A New Mermaids Anthology

by G.A. Lester

In the three plays offered here an honest farmer at first resists then gives way to, and finally is redeemed from, the guileful temptations of the devil. The bleaker Everyman" focuses on the struggle to die...