Stephen Mulrine

Stephen Mulrine is a Glasgow-born poet and playwright who has written extensively for radio and television, and published many translations.

Chekhov's compelling early play, set in a country weighed down by political, ideological and spiritual stagnation. In...
Ibsen's play about an idealistic doctor whose moral resolve is put to the test when he discovers that the waters from...
Pirandello's most famous play, about the nature of theatre and the problems of theatricality. In the Nick Hern Books...
A classic satire of provincial bureaucracy, in an English translation by Stephen Mulrine. In the Nick Hern Books ...
Chekhov's early tragedy, translated and introduced by Stephen Mulrine.
Chekhov's masterpiece of provincial claustrophobia, translated and introduced by Stephen Mulrine.
Chekhov's classic tragicomedy, translated and introduced by Stephen Mulrine.
A Chekhovian family drama, first staged in Russia in 1905.
Chekhov's great play about an elderly professor whose plans to sell off his rural estate threaten the livelihoods of...
Figaro discovers that his master the Count intends to exercise droit de seigneur over Suzanne, Figaro's brid...
Ibsen's masterpiece of modern tragicomedy, in an English translation by Stephen Mulrine. In the Nick Hern Books D...
An English version of Ibsen's great play, published in the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.
A sparkling translation of Ibsen's penultimate play.
Strindberg's chilling anatomy of a marriage - in which the two partners duel with each other until one is utterly def...
Alceste, the misanthrope, hates all mankind, and despairs of its hypocrisy and falseness. He believes that the world...