This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
Three powerful political plays in one volume - with a substantial introduction by the author.
A play about freedom, guilt and the possibility of redemption, premiered by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
A play about the desperate cases lurking unsuccessfully on the fringes of the movie world.
Set in and around an Amish Community in the Autumn of 1917.
The classic Yiddish tale by S. Ansky, adapted by Tony Kushner, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America, and Joachim Neugroschel.
Two of cult American performer Eric Bogosian's most unsettling works: Notes from Underground and Scenes from the New World.
A gleefully comic retelling of the Charles and Diana story, designed to be performed by two (male) actors.
A collection of plays from the American writer whose screenplays include Hair and Ragtime.
Thornton Wilder's short plays, published for the first time in two volumes.
A play exploring the vexed emotional and legal question of a writer's right to create art from another person's life.
By Craig Lucas
A major collection from one of the most popular gay playwrights in America.
An African-American graduate student is transported back through time, with his 189-year-old grandfather, to Nat Turner's infamous slave rebellion.
By Mark O'Rowe
A white-knuckle ride through a nightmare Dublin, where enemies and allies are interchangeable.