Set in a fictional fundamentalist country where chewing gum is outlawed, Gum explores the human need to tame nature and control desire.
A monologue by a master of the art - 100% pure high octane Bogosian.
A bold, quirky play from the renowned Quebecois writer, translated into a robust and earthy Scots.
A striking and sharply funny reflection on the frailty of existence and the complex relationship between knowledge and love.
David Hwang invokes the age in which his great grandfather broke with Confucian tradition by converting to Christianity and unbinding his daughter's feet. Golden Child explores the impact of these momentous decisions on succeeding generations.
By Tina Howe
In Pride's Crossing, Tina Howe has created a remarkable heroine for the nineties: Mabel Tidings Bigelow, who at the age of 26 set the world record for swimming the English Channel.
Set in and around an Amish Community in the Autumn of 1917.
A play about the desperate cases lurking unsuccessfully on the fringes of the movie world.
A gripping examination of the conflicting realities of the black experience of twentieth-century America.
A play in the tradition of Arthur Miller: an impassioned exploration of the impact of politics on an American family.
A dramatic tale of a young Japanese girl's sexual awakening, and ultimate social downfall, in Hawaii's harsh sugar-cane plantation system of the early twentieth century. In this moving elegy to his own aunt on whose life the story is based, Gotanda juxtaposes the world of traditional Japanese arts, such as pottery and the tea ceremony, with the conflicting social realities of a culture in transition.