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The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov & Tom Stoppard

Anton Chekhov was a master whose daring work revolutionized theater, and this was as true of Ivanov, his first full-length play, as of The Cherry Orchard, his last. Building on the success of his acclaimed adaptation...


The Palm at the End of the Mind: Selected Poems and a Play

by Wallace Stevens & Holly Stevens

A collection that all the major long poems and sequences, and every shorter poem of lasting value in Stevens' career. Edited by Holly Stevens, it includes some poems not printed in his earlier Collected Works...


First World War Plays: Night Watches, Mine Eyes Have Seen, Tunnel Trench, Post Mortem, Oh What A Lovely War, The Accrington Pals, Sea and Land and Sky

by Mark Rawlinson

The First World War (1914�1918) marked a turning point in modern history and culture and its literary legacy is vast: poetry, fiction and memoirs abound. But the drama of the period is rarely recognised, with...


The Guys: A Play

by Anne Nelson

First performed in a hit off-off-Broadway production, and soon to be a film starring Sigourney Weaver and Anthony LaPaglia, The Guys is a timeless drama about the surprising truths people can discover in ordinary...


Constellations

by Nick Payne

"A singular astonishment." --John Lahr, The New Yorker

One relationship. Infinite possibilities.

In the beginning Marianne and Roland meet at a party. They go for a drink, or perhaps they don't. They fall madly...


Antigone: Sophocles

by Roy Williams

When Creon refuses to bury the body of Antigone's unruly brother, Antigone's anger quickly turns to defiance. Creon condemns her to a torturous death: she's to be buried alive.

Acclaimed playwright Roy Williams...


Bright Phoenix

by Jeff Young

I am flying. I swoop over the rooftops of Liverpool, over the waterfront and out to sea, following a trawler as it drags its nets through the wild sea. I am a sixteen-year-old bird boy, addicted to seagull blood,...


My Girl 2

by Barrie Keeffe

��I want things to get better, not worse.

��There's hundreds of thousands worse off than us.

Ideals are worthless if you can't pay the bills.

Anita and Sam live in East London. Burdened by debt and on the...


Free Fall

by Vinay Patel

We're not playing Grandmother's fucking Footsteps, mate! Stay away, or I'll jump!

Midnight at the Dartford Crossing; Roland's settled in for another thrilling night supervising the toll machines; Andrea's pretty...


Each Slow Dusk

by Rory Mullarkey

The Private misses the farm. The Captain dreams of painting. The Corporal relishes the fight.

And a hundred years later, The Woman seeks to understand.

1916 �� In the darkness of the French night, three...


Towards a Poor Theatre

by Jerzy Grotowski

Originally published in 1968, Jerzy Grotowski's groundbreaking book is available once again. As a record of Grotowski's theatrical experiments, this book is an invaluable resource to students and theater practioners...


Chinese Lesbian Cinema: Mirror Rubbing, Lala, and Les

by Liang Shi

This book is the first extensive study of lesbian cinema in mainland China. It also provides an account of the history of Chinese homosexuality, especially its female same-sex erotic tradition, from antiquity...


The Light in the Piazza

by Craig Lucas & Adam Guettel

A bittersweet new Broadway musical by Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel.


The Happiest Song Plays Last

by Quiara Alegría| Hudes

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Water by the Spoonful.


The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov & Simon Stephens

The funny thing is the harder I work the more clearly I understand things. When I'm worn out after a day's work then it's like my brain relaxes. And sometimes then I get it. The meaning of my life. My purpose...


Land of our Fathers

by Chris Urch

"I can't believe we're arguing over a Blue Riband"

"I can't believe we're stuck down a mine."

"Yet here we are"

3rd May 1979, South Wales. Thatcher is counting her votes, Sid Vicious is spinning in his grave, and...


Actors and Performers Yearbook 2015: Historical and Modern Perspectives

by Lloyd Trott

Actors and Performers Yearbook is an established and respected directory that enables actors to find work in stage, screen and radio. It is the only directory to provide detailed information for each listing...


Contemporary Irish Plays: Freefall; Forgotten; Drum Belly; Planet Belfast; Desolate Heaven; The Boys of Foley Street

by Michael West, Pat Kinevane & Richard Dormer

Contemporary Irish Plays showcases the new drama that has emerged since 2008. Featuring a blend of established and emerging writers, the anthology shows how Irish writers are embracing new methods of theatre-making...


Justice Performed: Courtroom TV Shows and the Theaters of Popular Law

by Sarah Kozinn

Justice Performed: Courtroom TV Shows and the Theaters of Popular Law is the first study of the reality TV genre to trace its theatrical legacy, connecting the phenomenon of the daytime TV shows to a long history...


Belleville

by Amy Herzog

Herzog’s newest play is “heartbreaking and hair-raising… one of the most suspenseful plays in years.” (New York Times)