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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....


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)...


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...


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...


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...


Euripides: The Complete Plays (Centaur Classics)

by Euripides

This book contains the complete Euripides’s plays. - Alcestis / translated by Richard Aldington - Andromache / translated by Edward P. Coleridge - The Bacchantes / translated by Edward P. Coleridge - The Cyclops...


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....


Brothers' Hand

by Michael J. Sahno

Brothers' Hand is a literary novel. Small town upstate New Yorker Jerome Brothers loses his hand in a tragic fall, then falls even harder for his physical therapist, Maria Santisia. Can even the most romantic...


The Prince's Doom

by David Blixt

The explosive fourth novel in the Star-Cross'd series! Verona has won its war with Padua, but lost its war with the stars. Thwarted in his one chance at love, the young prodigy Cesco now turns his troubled brilliance...


Fortune's Fool

by David Blixt

taly, 1326. While the brilliant and wily Cesco is schooled in his new duties at the hand of a hard master, Pietro Alaghieri travels to Avignon, current seat of the Papacy, to fight his excommunication and plead...


Voice Of The Falconer

by David Blixt

Italy, 1325. Eight years after the tumultuous events of THE MASTER OF VERONA, Pietro Alaghieri is living in exile in Ravenna, enduring the loss of his famous father while secretly raising Cesco, bastard heir...


Balconville

by David Fennario

In Canada’s first bilingual play, an award-winning classic, the English and the French-Canadian working class take on the Establishment.


The American Clock

by Arthur Miller

A bold, vibrant panorama of the Great Depression by “the moral voice of the American stage” (The New York Times)

 

Capturing a cross-section of American life in the throes of the Great Depression, The American...


The Archbishop's Ceiling

by Arthur Miller

A masterful mix of art, sex, and politics behind the Iron Curtain, by America’s greatest dramatist

In an unnamed Eastern European capital, four writers gather in what was once an archbishop’s palace. There...


The Creation of the World and Other Business

by Arthur Miller

A master dramatist’s humorous retelling of the biblical creation story as a parable for our time

 

Breathing new life into timeless biblical tales, Arthur Miller charmingly reimagines the Book of Genesis...


Playing for Time

by Arthur Miller

A searing drama of the Holocaust—and the remarkable, moving story of the Auschwitz Women’s Orchestra

 

Paris, 1942. Fania Fénelon, a popular Jewish nightclub singer, is arrested by the occupying Germans....


Plays for Three

by Eric Lane & Nina Shengold

PLAYS FOR THREE is a unique anthology of 23 outstanding plays for three actors by an exciting mix of established and emerging playwrights.

 

Everyone’s heard that “Two’s company, three’s a crowd.” That...


Smack Snake

by Hunter Holy

David Blot is a stay-at-home-dad whose wife neglects him and whose kids disrespect him. When he suspects his wife is having an affair, he takes a desperate drive out of town to see a   prostitute. A fateful...