Playwrights Canada Press
These titles from the leading Canadian performing rights publisher are distributed outside of North America by Nick Hern Books.
An overview of contemporary Canadian theatre for just about any occasion, drawn from 50 plays with an exhilarating diversity of aesthetics, styles, techniques, themes, voices and vocabularies.
A violent and sexually explicit study of young adults groping for meaning in a senseless world.
A touching and funny play about a girl on the cusp of adolescence.
A Canadian play based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr Fritz. Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him, but used his work to murder millions.
Janet and her mother Margaret both live on Mapleview Lanes - the perfect neighbourhood with the perfect neighbours, until Lewis Chance buys a house on their street to open a group home for troubled adolescents.
A potent drama set over the course of a single afternoon. A reunion between two long-estranged women brings to light a buried memory and two teenagers' wild secret.
A multi-award winning, bitter-sweet tale of the power of storytelling, friendship, and the very thin line between truth and fiction.
Rainey Baldwin-Jackson, a country doctor, struggles to come to terms with the loss of her daughter, the disintegration of her marriage, and an eccentric elderly father on an astonishing crusade.
A powerful play exploring the ambiguities of morality and justice in a time of war when a young soldier is convicted of war crimes.
Set in and around an Amish Community in the Autumn of 1917.