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The World of Extreme Happiness

by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig

When Sunny is born in rural China, her parents leave her in a slop bucket to die because she's a girl. She survives, and at 14 leaves for the city, where she works a low-paying factory job and attends self-help...


Ghost From A Perfect Place

by Philip Ridley

The plot of this play centres around the return of celebrated gangster, Travis Flood, to his old manor after 20 years. Where has he been? And why did he go away in the first place? Philip Ridley won the Evening...


The Mommo Plays: Brigit; Bailegangaire; A Thief of a Christmas

by Tom Murphy

Brigit

I'd like it to be perfect . . . Beautiful . . . The statue . . . Unbeatable? . . . I'd like it to be what I feel . . . And I don't know what that is.

Set in the 1950s, Brigit, a prequel to Murphy's critically-acclaimed...


Actors and Performers Yearbook 2015

by Lloyd Trott

Actors and Performers Yearbook is an established and respected directory that enables actors to find work in stage, screen and radio. It is the only directory to provide detailed information for each listing...


The White Whale

by James Phillips

You remember when we started to hunt whales again?

We fought monsters and we killed them and wrestled the oil from their dead bodies and we sold it.

In the future we hunt whales for the oil in their bodies. Just...


Land of our Fathers

by Chris Urch

"I can't believe we're arguing over a Blue Riband"

"I can't believe we're stuck down a mine."

"Yet here we are"

3rd May 1979, South Wales. Thatcher is counting her votes, Sid Vicious is spinning in his grave, and...


The Happiest Song Plays Last

by Quiara Alegría| Hudes

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Water by the Spoonful.


The Patron Saint of Stanley Park

Belleville

by Amy Herzog

Herzog’s newest play is “heartbreaking and hair-raising… one of the most suspenseful plays in years.” (New York Times)


The Wolf from the Door

by Rory Mullarkey

We don't actually drink coffee at my coffee morning. � What do you do, then? � We discuss the violent overthrow of the government. Also, there's flower arranging.

In this intensely imaginative and daringly...


The Lonesome West

by Martin McDonagh

A Student Edition of McDonagh's The Lonesome West, the final part of his trilogy set in a fictionalized and impoverished western Ireland village called Leenane, first produced in 1971.


Oh What a Lovely War

by Bloomsbury Publishing

Reissue of a classic Methuen Modern Play in a newly restored version with a new Introduction by Joan Littlewood


The Who & the What: A Play

by Ayad Akhtar

The Pulitzer prize-winning author of Disgraced explores the conflict that erupts within a Muslim family in Atlanta when an independent-minded daughter writes a provocative novel that offends her more conservative...


A Taste of Honey

by Shelagh Delaney

It's chaotic - a bit of love, a bit of lust and there you are. We don't ask for life, we have it thrust upon us.

Written by Shelagh Delaney when she was nineteen, A Taste of Honey is one of the great defining...


Much Ado About Nothing (Rediscovered Books): With linked Table of Contents

by William Shakespeare

Honor and Shame -- One of Shakespeare's very best plays. This hilarious romp is both engaging and entertaining. Hero is engaged to marry Claudio, but Don John plots to make Hero look unfaithful. Claudio denounces...


Johanna of Yarrow Hall: A Family Saga

by Shirley Marion Pierson

Johanna of Yarrow Hall is a historical family saga during the late eighteenth century in Northern England. During this time, many social and economic changes promote unrest and hardships. The Industrial Revolution...


Five Television Plays (David Mamet): A Waitress in Yellowstone; Bradford; The Museum of Science and Industry Story; A Wasted Weekend; We Will Take You

by David Mamet

Five unique short plays for television by one of America’s most celebrated playwrights. A Waitress in Yellowstone (or: Always Tell the Truth) is a parable about an honest waitress and a corrupt congressman....


Woods, Lakeboat, Edmond

by David Mamet

The Woods, described by the Chicago Daily News as a “beautifully conceived love story,” is a modern dramatic parable in which a young man and woman who spend a night in his family’s cabin experience passion,...


Sexual Perversity in Chicago and the Duck Variations: Two Plays

by David Mamet

David Mamet is one of America’s most celebrated playwrights. The author of plays, screenplays, poetry, essays, and children’s books, he has won many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Glengarry Glen...


Goldberg Street: Short Plays and Monologues

by David Mamet

From the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Glengarry Glen Ross, here is a collection of thirty-two one act plays and short dramatic pieces that David Mamet himself considers to be some of the best writing he...