This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
Six fictional monologues portraying some very real experiences of disabled people in Britain, commissioned to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.
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.
A short monologue play exploring the power that a carer can exert over a wheelchair user's life, commissioned by the BBC as part of CripTales, a television series marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.
A masterful new translation of Chekhov’s exploration of yearning and disillusionment.
Three new dramas, written as a response to Dante's Divine Comedy.
By Nilo Cruz
A play about the heart—its passions, its failures, and its ability to connect.
It is 1958. In the midst of a building boom in New York City, Joe Papp and his colleagues are facing pressure from the city’s elite as they continue their free Shakespeare in Central Park.
By Julia Cho
A new collection of plays by one of the most versatile dramatists in contemporary American theatre.
By Adam Rapp
A riveting play exploring the limits of what one person can ask of another.
Two plays by the award-winning dramatist, the first Asian-American female playwright to be produced on Broadway.
An award-winning stage adaptation of Malorie Blackman's acclaimed novel, a captivating drama of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world.
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A heartbreaking and hilarious play for a solo actor about fathers and sons, the gifts and burdens of inheritance, and the unfathomable puzzle of human relationships.
A comedy about four sisters trying to come to terms with their mother's death.
A funny, fast-paced play about identity, truth and the challenge of finding out who you really are. Part of Platform, an initiative from Tonic Theatre in partnership with Nick Hern Books, aimed at achieving greater gender equality in theatre.
A powerful, timely play featuring songs, about one girl taking control of her destiny in a world teetering on the brink. Part of Platform, an initiative aimed at achieving greater gender equality in theatre.