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The Hidden Plot: Notes on Theatre and the State

by Edward Bond

This collection of passionate and polemical essays deal with drama, from its origin in the human mind to its use in history and the present. It elucidates on the hidden working of drama behind the state, religion,...


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,...


Ancient Lights

by Shelagh Stephenson

D'you ever look in the mirror and you don't recognise the person looking back at you?


Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco

by Gary Owen

Saturday night, small town Wales, one pub, one party and three lads stuck with their school reputations - the gimp, the geek and the bully. Their dream - to get the hell out. A Paines Plough production directed...


Wilson Plays: 2

by Snoo Wilson

A second collection of plays from one of Britain's most original dramatists


The Revisionist

by Jesse Eisenberg & John Patrick Shanley

The Revisionist, the second play by the award-winning actor and regular New Yorker contributor Jesse Eisenberg, is a stunning exploration of obsession, secrets, and the nature of family. The play had its world...


Don't Fill Up on the Antipasto: Tony Danza's Father-Son Cookbook

by Tony Danza, Marc Danza & Jennifer Carrillo

In the Danza family, the men did most of the cooking -- great Italian-American food that has remained the favorite cuisine in American households for more than a century.

Now, actor, television personality,...


Defending the Damned

by Kevin Davis

Chicago was the nation's deadliest city in 2001, recording 666 homicides. For lawyers in the Cook County Public Defender's Office Murder Task Force, that meant a steady flow of new clients. Eight out of ten...


Controlled Burn: Stories of Prison, Crime, and Men

by Scott Wolven

Once or twice a decade, an unknown short-story writer blazes onto the literary scene with work that is thrilling and new. Scott Wolven is such a talent, and his raw, blistering tales of hard-bitten convicts,...


Monologues for Actors of Color: Women

by Roberta Uno

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


100 Great Plays For Women

by Lucy Kerbel & Kate Mosse

Lucy Kerbel's 100 Great Plays for Women is an inspiring guide to a hundred plays that put female performers centre stage, dispelling the myth that ‘there aren’t any good plays for women’. With a foreword...


The Kwagh-hir Theater: A Weapon for Social Action

by Iyorwuese Hagher

This book describes how the Tiv people of Nigeria use their indigenous theater to fight against British colonialism and oppression by dominant groups in Nigeria. It celebrates the power of the theater to give...


Oedipus the King

by Sophocles & Nicholas Rudall

The tragedy of Oedipus, who unknowingly slays his father and marries his mother, is one of the mythical cornerstones of Western civilization. Plays for Performance Series.


Medea

by Euripides & Nicholas Rudall

Medea, whose magical powers helped Jason and the Argonauts take the Golden Fleece, remains one of the strongest female characters ever to appear on stage. In the play she kills her own children. Plays for Performance...


Living Curiosities or What You Will

by Mary Vingoe

Anna soon realizes that she is out of her element in the city, and longs to return home. Determined to make the best of her situation, Anna goes against the wishes of Barnum and befriends the other "living curiosities,"...