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The Voices Project 2011/2012: Tell It Like It Isn't / The One Sure Thing

by Vanessa Bates et al

A short, sharp, evocative collection of monologues written by some of Australia's leading young and established playwrights. Each piece is crafted for an actor aged between 16 and 20. Subtle, uplifting, poetic...


No Sugar

by Jack Davis

Commissioned for the 1985 Perth Festival, this is the spirited story of the Millimurra family's stand against government 'protection' policies in 1930s Australia.


Parramatta Girls

by Alana Valentine

Based on the testimony of dozens of GTS old-girls and this vibrant play is a joyous and harrowing dramatisation of the experiences of eight inmates and their reunion forty years later. Interspersed with song...


Odyssey

by Andreas Litras & John Bolton

Co-written with John Bolton, Odyssey weaves the story of Andreas Litras' migrant family through the legend of Odysseus, hero of Homer's classic text The Odyssey. Using Odysseus' long journey home to counterpoint...


Captain Amazing

by Alistair McDowall

My dad is a superhero. No one else knows 'cos it has to stay a secret.

Alistair McDowall's play is a funny and poignant one-man show that thrusts us into the life of Britain's only part-time superhero.

Struggling...


Chapatti

by Christian O'Reilly

But it's just one of those days. One of those days where I feel like I'm wearing myself on the outside. My heart, my soul, all my soft bits.

Romance is a distant memory for two lonely animal lovers living in...


The Kojiki: An Account of Ancient Matters

by Gustav Heldt

Written in the early eighth century, the Kojiki is considered Japan’s first literary and historical work. A compilation of myths, legends, songs, and genealogies, it recounts the birth of Japan’s islands,...


The Knight Of The Burning Pestle

by Francis Beaumont

A grocer and his wife dissatisfied by a play's progress invade the stage and commandeer the play to suit their tastes. A chaotic play within a play erupts, as each group attempts to carry on despite the unscripted...


The Whale / A Bright New Boise

by Samuel D. Hunter

Two plays by one of America’s brightest young playwrights.


The Arden Shakespeare Miscellany

by Jane Armstrong

Everything you want to know about Shakespeare between two handsome covers!Entries range from "What did Shakespeare look like?" and "Shakespeare on Film" to lists of compliments, oathes, lovers' vows etc. A wealth...


Still

by Jen Silverman & Marsha Norman

In this darkly comic exploration of loss, intimacy, and motherhood, three women are joined by a baby who never lived. Morgan, in her middle years, is the grieving mother of a stillborn child. Elena, the failed...


A Taste Of Honey

by Shelagh Delaney

First issued by Methuen in 1959, this play was the first title in the "Modern plays" series aimed at the burgeoning readership of young theatregoer This title and five others are reissued, representing the range...


The Lieutenant of Inishmore

by Martin McDonagh

A Student Edition of McDonagh's dramatic engagement with Republican paramilitaries, first produced by the RSC in 2000.


The Lieutenant of Inishmore

by Martin McDonagh

Who knocked Wee Thomas over on the lonely road on the island of Inishmore, and was it an accident? "Mad Padraig" will want to know when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip shop bombing in Northern...


The Beauty Queen Of Leenane

by Martin McDonagh

The Beauty Queen of Leenane tells the darkly comic tale of Maureen Folan, a plain and lonely woman in her early forties, and Mag her manipulative ageing mother whose interference in Maureen's first and potentially...


Oh What A Lovely War

by Bloomsbury Publishing

Fully annotated student edition of a modern classic


A Taste Of Honey

by Shelagh Delaney

Reissue of the all-time best-selling Methuen Modern Play in the new Methuen Student Edition cover style


My Mother Said I Never Should

by Charlotte Keatley

Keatley's play is about three generations of women in one family. It is widely studied for A level and this volume is equipped with a substantial introduction by the author, featuring the background and a discussion...


The Tempest: Third Series

by William Shakespeare, Alden T Vaughan & Virginia Mason Vaughan

A revised edition The Tempest, one of Shakespeare's enduringly popular and much-studied later plays. The introduction has been extended to focus on new scholarship about the time of the play's first production...


All the Way: A Play

by Robert Schenkkan & Bryan Cranston

“A magnificent work. . . . a brilliant portrayal no less epic than the great tragedies of classic literature.”—Roma Torre, NY1

Winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Play, as well as Best Play awards from...