New Scottish Plays
A collection of seven plays from Scottish writers, reflecting the upsurge in Scottish playwriting in the late twentieth century.
A contemporary classic set during the Glasgow Rent Strike of 1915, with one of the best women's roles ever to emerge from Scottish theatre, an unforgettable tragicomic heroine with an extraordinary power to repel and attract.
Texts by women performance artists
A collection of provocative, ambitious texts by women performance artists.
A play written in response to the Romanian revolution of 1989, exploring the reactions of ordinary people to events.
£9.99£7.99Edited by M. Elizabeth Osborn
A collection of dramatic material - plays, extracts from plays and dramatic adaptations - concerning the AIDS epidemic.
By David Edgar
An urgent political play about the collapse of an Eastern Bloc government at the end of 1989. Part of David Edgar's post-Cold War trilogy of plays.
This selection of texts makes original and inimitable works of music-theatre accessible to a wide audience for the first time.
Exploring the opening up of Japan to American influence and using motifs from Japanese theatre and music, this is one of Sondheim's most adventurous musicals.
A true modern classic from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers.
A controversial work of extraordinary power, remarkable length (9 acts), and use of asides to express the characters' unspoken thoughts. An outstanding, somewhat Freudian play from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers.
Two compelling and thought-provoking plays from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers.
The nineteenth-century French classic about the swordsman-poet with the nose too large to be taken seriously, in an acclaimed English translation by Anthony Burgess.