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Earthquakes in London

by Mike Bartlett

An all-pervasive fear of the future and a guilty pleasure in the excesses of the present drive Mike Bartlett's epic rollercoaster of a play from 1968 to 2525 and back again.


I Am Yusuf and This Is My Brother

by Amir Nizar Zuabi

I am Yusuf and This Is My Brother is a powerful, poetic exploration of history, memory and different forms of love.


Ingredient X

by Nick Grosso

A programme text edition of Nick Grosso's tough piercing�new comedy exploring the dynamics of addiction, from The X Factor to Class A drugs.


The Whisky Taster

by James Graham

A contemporary, subtle and witty exploration of feeling and perception in the modern world of advertising. The Whisky Taster is James Graham's technicolour story about seeing things too clearly in a city that...


The Hallway Trilogy

by Adam Rapp

A harrowing trilogy from the OBIE Award-winning author of Red Light Winter.


O Starry Starry Night

by Derek Walcott

Two masterful artists—Gauguin and van Gogh—come alive in a vibrant drama about friendship, art, and madness

Two painters—Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh—are living together in the sleepy town of Arles...


My TWP Plays: A Collection Including Ten Lost Years

by Jack Winter & Bruce Barton

The first anthology of plays by one of the central figures of Toronto's left-wing theater collective TWP.


Ali & Ali: The Deportation Hearings

by Marcus Youssef, Guillermo Verdecchia & Camyar Chai

A satirical take on the "Age of Terrorism," from the perspectives of both Western governments and those accused.


O Starry Starry Night

by Derek Walcott

Two masterful artists—Gauguin and van Gogh—come alive in a vibrant exploration of friendship, art, and madness

Two painters—Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh—are living together in the sleepy town of...


Euripides Talks

by Alan Beale

Actors of Dionysus (aod), formed in 1993 to tour Classical drama in translation and have established themselves as the leading exponents of Greek tragedy in contemporary theatre and education. With many national...


Macbeth: The State of Play

by Ann Thompson

A "freeze frame" volume showcasing the range of current debate and ideas surrounding one of the most familiar of Shakespeare's tragedies. Each chapter has been carefully selected for its originality and relevance...


The Jew of Malta: A Critical Reader

by Robert A. Logan

Christopher Marlowe�s drama, The Jew of Malta, has become an increasingly popular source for scholarly scrutiny, staged productions, and, most recently, a filmed version. The play follows the sometimes tragic,...


Without a Dowry and Other Plays

by Alexander Ostrovsky

One of the most important Russian playwrights of the nineteenth century, Alexander Ostrovsky (1823-1886) is credited with bringing realism to the Russian stage. Contemporary of Turgenev, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy...


No Man's Land

by Harold Pinter

“An oblique comedy of menace, unsettling, exquisitely wrought and written . . . a complex excursion into the by now familiar Pinter world of mixed reality and fantasy, of human worth and human degradation.”...


Popcorn

by Ben Elton

Bruce Delamitri makes movies about killers. Great movies, stylish movies. Bruce's movies are hip. Post-modern cinematic milestones, dripping with ironic juxtaposition. His killers are style icons. They walk...


The Cure at Troy

by Seamus Heaney

The Cure at Troy is Seamus Heaney's version of Sophocles' Philoctetes. Written in the fifth century BC, this play concerns the predicament of the outcast hero, Philoctetes, whom the Greeks marooned on the island...


The American Dreams: Reflecting Skin and Passion of Darkly Noon

by Philip Ridley

"Philip Ridley is a singular writer, a prolific polymath, probably a genius, and the creator of some of the most peculiar, grotesque and compelling British plays (and films) of the last several years" (Time...


Sauchiehall Street

by Iain Heggie

Sauchiehall Street. The busiest street in Glasgow. In a sprawling top floor office, Dorothy Darvel, actors' agent extraordinaire, is one of the busiest women on the street. Busy shaping the careers of her hopeful...


Plays for the Poor Theatre: The Saliva Milkshake; Christie in Love; Heads; Skinny Spew; Gum and Goo

by Howard Brenton

These five short plays date from Brenton's early involvement in such 'shoestring' groups as Portable Theatre. They are deliberately intended for the 'poor theatre' - as relevant today as when they were first...


Night Watch

by Terry Pratchett

A new stage adaptation of one of Pratchett's best-selling novels

Set in Ankh-Morpork one of the most thoroughly imagined cities in fantasy, Night Watch is the story of Sam Vimes, running hero of the Guards sequence,...