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The Musical from the Inside Out

by Stephen Citron

An entertaining and informative new guidebook to the creation of the musical show, filled with anecdotes, practical advice, and sparkling commentary from the biggest Broadway insiders.


by William Shakespeare & A. Braunmuller

"I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. Convenience, however, is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant...

Katori Hall Plays One: Hoodoo Love; Saturday Night/Sunday Morning; The Mountaintop; Hurt Village

by Katori Hall

An important new voice for African-American theatre, Katori Hall explores the lives of black and often invisible Americans with vivid language, dynamic narratives and richly-textured characterisation. This first...


by D.C. Moore

Produced as a programme text for the world premiere of the work at the Royal Court Theatre's Theatre Upstairs, Alaska explores the life and lies of Frank in a play that raises questions about identity and race...

Bond Plays: 8: Born; People; Chair; Existence; The Under Room

by Edward Bond

Comprises five plays and two prose essays. The plays in this title include: Born, the third play in the Colline Tetralogy; People, the fourth play in the "Colline Tetralogy; Chair, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in...

Illusions: translated by Cazimir Liske

by Ivan Viripaev

I guess that's how it was meant to be. Love can only be mutual, I agree with you Albert, and forgive me for this cruel sincerity. Love and death, loyalty and betrayal, truth and fiction, this darkly beguiling...

Titanic: Scenes from the British Wreck Commissioner?s Inquiry, 1912

by Owen McCafferty

At 11.40pm on 14 April 1912, the RMS Titanic, on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, struck an iceberg. At 2.20am the following morning, the ship sank. 1,517 people died. In response to the disaster...


by Jesse Briton

A tragedy of maritime decline, Bound follows the fortunes of six trawlermen from Devon as they embark on one final voyage. Compelled by the threat of bankruptcy, the ageing fishing trawler The Violet is forced...

The Dark Earth and the Light Sky

by Nick Dear

Deep in the Hampshire countryside Edward Thomas, disaffected husband, exhausted father and tormented writer, scrapes a living. In 1913 he meets American poet Robert Frost and everything changes. As their friendship...

The Lady from the Sea

by Stephen Unwin & Henrik Ibsen

Ellida, claustrophobic and restless, swims in the sea every day. She loves her husband Dr Wangel but, ten years ago, promised herself to another man. On a late summer's day he comes to claim her. Henrik Ibsen's...

Farewell to the Theatre

by Richard Nelson

"In April 1993, Stephen Lawrence was murdered by a group of young white men on a street in south-east London. From the first police investigation onwards, the case was badly mishandled. In the end, long after...

Seascape: The Entire Appalling Business

by Edward Albee

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?: Broadway Edition

by Edward Albee

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

The Seagull

by Anton Chekhov & John Donnelly

- Idea for a story. A beautiful young girl lives by a lake all her life. She loves this lake. She's happy and free, like that bird was once. Then a man comes along and for no reason at all... what do you think...

John Osborne: Plays 3: A Patriot for Me; Luther; Inadmissable Evidence

by John Osborne

This third collection of John Osborne's dramatic work includes three classic plays for the stage which confirm his reputation as one of the greatest British playwrights of the twentieth century.

A Patriot for...

Uncle Vanya: in a version

by Anton Chekhov & Christopher Hampton

Anton Chekhov's play Uncle Vanya in a new version by Christopher Hampton. This version will be first staged at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, on 25 October 2012 and run until 16 February 2013. 'It's often said...


by Owen McCafferty

Do you want to know why I'm here?

Northern Ireland are playing Poland on the TV. Jimmy and Ian, two middle-aged Belfast men, are meeting tonight for the first time. They have a shared past. They need to talk....


by Michael Wynne

Justine and Alan need to get away from it all. And what better way than camping on a farm in the Welsh countryside? So long as that's camping with all the luxuries, of course: real beds, wood burning stoves...

The Tempest

by William Shakespeare

This joyous play, the last comedy of Shakespeare's career, sums up his stagecraft with a display of seemingly effortless skill. Prospero, exiled Duke of Milan, living on an enchanted island, has the opportunity...

Heartless: A Play

by Sam Shepard

When Roscoe, a 65-year-old Cervantes scholar, runs off with a young woman named Sally, he decides to stay a while in her family home. Soon he discovers that Sally’s house—once inhabited by James Dean; perched...