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Shakespearean Tragedy

by John Drakakis

Shakespearean Tragedy brings together fifteen major contemporary essays on individual plays and the genre as a whole. Each piece has been carefully chosen as a key intervention in its own right and as a representative...


Uncle Vanya

by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

Uncle Vanya is one of Anton Checkov's four major plays. It was first performed in 1900, the year after its publication, under direction by the celebrated Konstantin Stanislavski. The text reworks an earlier...


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

by Adam Bock

Nobody knows us. They think they do. But they don�t.

In a world of champagne and canap�s, the five Colby sisters are the glamorous faces of New York high society. With wealth, style and desirable husbands,...


The Critic

by Richard Brinsley Sheridan & David Crane

A revised edition of this 18th century comedy with an introduction in

which aspects of language, staging and interpretation are explored. The

reader is encouraged to examine the strong political element in the...


The Cherry Orchard, and Other Plays

by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

The Cherry Orchard was written by Chekhov as a comedy, but directed by Stanislavski as a tragedy on its premier. The play has maintained the dual nature of these intentions ever since. An aristocratic family...


The Krays

by Philip Ridley

This screenplay tackles the real-life story of London's notorious gangsters, the Kray twins. Brought up by their mother and aunts, the school-ground bullies grew more violent through national service and terms...


A Passage To India

by E.M. Forster & Martin Sherman

First major theatrical adaptation of EM Forster's classic novel for a contemporary audience

Before deciding whether to marry Chandrapore's local magistrate, Adela Quested wants to discover the "real India" for...


Wood Plays: 1

by David Wood

"As playwright, composer and director, Mr Wood has given children a self respecting art form" (The Times)


'Eleven Vests' & 'Tuesday'

by Edward Bond

Two plays for young people. The first deals with two events involving the same person - one as a teenager and the other years later. The text of the second is accompanied by rehearsal and teaching notes. A young...


Strife

by John Galsworthy & Non Worrall

John Galsworthy (1867-1933), novelist and dramatist, is most widely known as the author of The Forsyte Saga, but recent productions testify to the power that his plays still exert over modern audiences and the...


The Great Celestial Cow

by Sue Townsend

A play by one of Britain's best-selling writers


The Dutch Courtesan

by John Marston & David Crane

Freevill introduces his friend Malheureux to his mistress Franceschina

in order to play a trick on him. But Franceschina finds out that

Freevill wants to marry someone else and asks Malheureux to kill him.

This...


Upton Plays: 1: Ashes and Sand; Sunspots; People on the River; Stealing Souls; Know Your Rights

by Judy Upton

A collection of five plays written by Judy Upton: "Ashes and Sand" "Sunspots" "People on the River" "Stealing Souls" and "Know Your Rights".


She Stoops to Conquer

by Oliver Goldsmith

She Stoops to Conquer was first performed in 1773, and remains popular today. Written by Irish playwright Oliver Goldsmith, it is a comedy of errors spanning the events of one night.


The School for Husbands

by Moliere

The School for Husbands (L'École des maris) is a work by Molière (the stage name of Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), a French playwright who is often considered to be one of Western literature's great masters of comedy....


Life Is a Dream

by Pedro Calderon de la Barca & Denis Florence Mac-Carthy

Life is a Dream is a play about free will and fate. A king imprisons his son who, it is prophesied, will destroy the kingdom. The people believe the son to be dead, but when he is a grown man the king brings...


Future Indefinite

by No¿l Coward

The definitive account, in his own words, of one of the most popular figures in British theatre.

The second and concluding volume of No�l Coward's legendary autobiography includes Future Indefinite and the...


Tender Loving Care

by Vickie Donoghue

My brother�s trying to win the war. He�s fighting. We should be fighting. I�m brilliant at fighting.

June 5, 1944, Southsea Beach. A girl named Poppy stands on the precipice of history. Tomorrow is the...