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Comic Tragedies: Written by 'Jo' and 'Meg' and Acted by The 'Little Women'

by Louisa M. Alcott

Fans of Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic Little Women will delight in the companion volume Comic Tragedies. Following up on Jo and Meg's love of drama and melodrama, this book presents a series of short plays...


King Lear

by William Shakespeare

King Lear is considered one of Shakespeare's greatest plays. King Lear decides to step down and divide his kingdom between his three daughters. When his youngest and favorite daughter refuses to compete and...


Twentieth Century Scottish Drama

by Cairns Craig & Randall Stevens

Edited and introduced by Cairns Craig and Randall Stevenson. Ever since the major revival of dramatic writing and production in the 1970s, the style and the subject matter of Scottish writing for stage and screen...


The Changeling

by Thomas Middleton

Considered by critics to be one of the best tragedies of the English Renaissance, The Changeling was written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley and first published in book form in 1653. Beatrice-Joanna is...


Stagecraft in Euripides (Routledge Revivals)

by Michael Halleran

In Stagecraft in Euripides, first published in 1985, Professor Michael Halleran examines certain aspects of the dramaturgy of the most extensively preserved Attic tragedian.

Although the ancient dramatic texts...


The Subject of Tragedy (Routledge Revivals): Identity and Difference in Renaissance Drama

by Catherine Belsey

First published in 1985, The Subject of Tragedy takes the drama of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as the starting point for an analysis of the differential identities of man and woman. Catherine Belsey...


Arden (Routledge Revivals): A Study of His Plays

by Albert Hunt

John Arden was one of the major playwrights to have emerged during the 1950s, yet his work has arguably been misunderstood. In this book, first published in 1974, Albert Hunt's primary concern is to relate the...


Greek Tragedy and the Emotions (Routledge Revivals): An Introductory Study

by W. B. Stanford

According to Aristotle the main purpose of tragedy is the manipulation of emotions, and yet there are relatively few accessible studies of the precise dynamics of emotion in the Athenian theatre.

In Greek Tragedy...


Shakespeare (Routledge Revivals)

by Raymond Macdonald Alden

This fascinating title, first published in 1922, presents a detailed overview of the life and works of Shakespeare. Alden first considers Shakespeare's Elizabethan context, alongside exploring the Classical...


Five Classic French Plays

by Wallace Fowlie

Treasury of theatrical masterpieces includes Corneille's The Cid, Racine's Phaedra, Molière’s The Intellectual Ladies, Marivaux's The Game of Love and Chance, and Beaumarchais' The Barber of Seville. Translations,...


An Enemy of the People: A Play in Five Acts

by Henrik Ibsen & R. Farquharson Sharp

Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote An Enemy of the People in 1882 as a response to the public outrage over his play Ghosts. Part comedy, part serious drama, the play looks at Dr. Thomas Stockmann's struggle...


Richard III: A Critical Reader

by Annaliese F. Connolly

Charting the ruthless rise and fall of the villainous king, Richard III remains one of Shakespeare's most enduringly discussed and oft-performed plays. Assembled by leading scholars, this guide provides a comprehensive...


Love's Labour's Lost

by William Shakespeare

One of Shakespeare's early comedies, Love's Labour's Lost follows the travails of the King of Navarre and three of his companions as they make a vow to eschew the attentions of women and devote themselves entirely...


Julius Caesar

by William Shakespeare

Although Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar is named after the legendary Roman political leader, the central character is thought by many to be Marcus Brutus, Caesar's friend turned foe who struggles throughout...


Circles

by Rachel De-lahay

�So where you going? And isn�t it a little past your bedtime?

�Coming from you?

�This ain't no open top tourist thing you know? It�s the 11.

Circling the outskirts of Birmingham on the Number 11 bus,...


A Skull in Connemara

by Martin McDonagh

The second in McDonagh's Connemara trilogy of plays. Mick Dowd is hired annually to disinter the bones in certain sections of his local cemetery, in order to make way for the new arrivals. As the time comes...


Easy Access For The Boys & All Over Lovely

by Claire Dowie

Published to tie in with performances by Claire Dowie at the Drill Hall, London

Two new plays by Claire Dowie which focus on sex and repression and friendship among gay and lesbian characters.


Jubilee

by Peter Barnes

An RSC commission to commemorate the first celebration of Shakespeare's life and works

A mischievous satire on the foundation of the Shakespeare industry: In 1769, when David Garrick staged the first theatre...


All The Ordinary Angels

by Nick Leather

Winner of the prestigious Pearson Best Play Award, 2004, from Royal Exchange Writer-in-Residence

When ice-cream man Giuseppe Raffa decides it's finally time to come in from the cold and retire, he sets his two...


Medea

by Euripides, Marianne McDonald & J. Michael Walton

Wronged and discarded by her husband, Medea gradually reveals her

revenge in its increasing horror, while the audience is led to

understand the incomprehensible. This Student Edition contains a full

introduction,...