Modern Drama

This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.

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Time Stands Still

A photojournalist is at home in Brooklyn recovering from serious wounds sustained whilst out covering war-torn Iraq, but longs for the adrenalin rush of her past.

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Time Spent on Trains

A 15-minute play about childhood, disability and spending time on trains.

Published in volume Fishskin Trousers

    The Time Machine: A Comedy

    A fast-paced, wise-cracking, riotous play, loosely based on H.G. Wells's masterpiece, that zips from the nineteenth century to the end of the world, and (with any luck) back again.

    Tilt

    A beautifully simple debut play, about a woman's search for answers to her family's self destruction.

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    Till the Stars Come Down

    A heartbreaking and hilarious portrayal of a larger-than-life family struggling to come to terms with a changing world.

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    Tiger Country

    A hospital play that follows a tangle of doctors and nurses in a busy London hospital.

    Tickets are Now On Sale

    A short play about sponsorship and the arts.

    Published in volume Caryl Churchill Plays: Five

      Thunderbox

      A short monologue play about a pregnant wheelchair user facing a tough decision, commissioned by the BBC as part of CripTales, a television series marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.

      Published in volume CripTales: Six Monologues

        Thrown

        A poignant, dynamic play exploring belonging and identity, premiered by the National Theatre of Scotland and Edinburgh International Festival.

        Thrown

        A child-psychologist attempts to record what she's spent her whole life trying to forget, as the memories of former patients collide with her own.

        Through the Mud

        The story of two generations of women activists in the struggle for black liberation in America. From the Fringe First-winning creator of the hit show Black is the Colour of My Voice.

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        Through the Leaves and other plays

        Three plays from the controversial German playwright whose works have helped reshape world drama.

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        Through A Glass Darkly (stage version)

        A poignant and sensuous stage adaptation of the 1961 Oscar-winning film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman.

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        Through a Cloud

        A historical play about a battle of wits between Oliver Cromwell and John Milton, by the well-known actor Jack Shepherd.

        The Thrill of Love

        A gripping drama about Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain.

        Three Women and a Piano Tuner

        An offbeat, lyrical drama about how our hopes and dreams can be thwarted by the choices we make - and by the ones we don't make.

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        Three Sisters On Hope Street

        A funny, vibrant and moving version of Chekhov's Three Sisters, set amongst the Jewish community in wartime Liverpool.

        Three Sisters

        A masterful new translation of Chekhov’s exploration of yearning and disillusionment.