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Sophocles Plays: 1: Oedipus the King; Oedipus at Colonnus; Antigone

by Sophocles & Don Taylor

Formerly part of the "World Dramatists" series of play collections by classic and modern playwrights, including foreign works in workable and accurate translations, this title and seven others are reissued in...


Paradise Bound

by Jonathan Larkin

Anthony's seen the cranes go up. He's living in the Capital of Culture. So why is it that everything in the Dingle feels the same? What's a boy to do if he wants to talk about the latest subtitled film and drink...


Romans In Britain

by Howard Brenton

The director of the first production of The Romans in Britain goes on trial at the Old Bailey accused by Mrs Mary Whitehouse of 'procuring an act of gross indecency'. The act which he allegedly procured was...


A Taste of Honey

by Shelagh Delaney

It's chaotic - a bit of love, a bit of lust and there you are. We don't ask for life, we have it thrust upon us.

Written by Shelagh Delaney when she was nineteen, A Taste of Honey is one of the great defining...


Neilson Plays: 2: Edward Gant's Amazing Feats of Loneliness!; The Lying Kind; The Wonderful World of Dissocia; Realism

by Anthony Neilson

In the 1990s playwright Anthony Neilson garnered a reputation for hard-hitting, morally disturbing plays that saw him labelled as one of the 'In Yer Face' dramatists who emerged from that decade.

This second...


Losing Louis

by Simon Mendes Da Costa

The second play by a "writer of terrific promise" (Time Out) is a comedy of family intrigue and secrets


Nobody Will Ever Forgive Us

by Paul Higgins

The 'pugnaciously funny' debut play by Scottish writer/actor Paul Higgins looking at religion, booze and gambling in one dysfunctional Scottish Catholic family


The May Queen: A Revenge Tragedy

by Stephen Sharkey

A play about love, family and the price of retribution The May Queen

is a dark and brutal thriller set against the backdrop of wartime

Merseyside. This is a programme text edition produced in collaboration

with...


Truck Stop

by Lachlan Philpott

Sam and Kelly live out west. They spend their lives waiting for texts, for boyfriends and those bitches in Year Ten to leave school so they can have somewhere decent to hang. But the longest wait is till the...


Almost With You

by Elizabeth Coleman

It's 2007. At forty-five, Lisa is fighting growing feelings for Tom that threaten to rob her of Dan, the person she's always loved most in the world. She wants Tom badly, but she can't (or won't) tell him about...


Eyes to the Floor

by Alana Valentine

Chronicles the experience of girls sent from Parramatta Girls Home to the Hay Girls Home for even more brutal, punitive treatment. Written to be played by young adults, this moving work emphasises the childish...


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...


The Who & the What: A Play

by Ayad Akhtar

The Pulitzer prize-winning author of Disgraced explores the conflict that erupts within a Muslim family in Atlanta when an independent-minded daughter writes a provocative novel that offends her more conservative...


Dreams of Anne Frank

by Bernard Kops

"In celebrating the spirit of optimism that shines through the thoughts and dreams of one extraordinary thirteen-year-old during the darkest of times, Bernard Kops has created a dramatic masterpiece" (Time Out)...


The Women of Troy

by Euripides & Don Taylor

A new play text edition of Euripides' great tragedy to coincide with the National Theatre's major new production directed by Katie Mitchell in November-March 2007/8.


Scaramouche Jones

by Justin Butcher

It's 11pm on Millennium Eve. The ancient clown, Scaramouche Jones, has given his last performance and waits in his dressing room for the stroke of midnight - and his own centenary. Reflecting on the fortunes...


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...