A bold, ambitious, political play about contemporary America - 'a candidate to be the Angels in America of the Bush II decade' (San Francisco Chronicle).
Magnetic, nostalgic and gloriously imaginative, a comedy drama from award-winning New York playwright Sarah Ruhl.
A five-play collection of work by an American playwright whose work has mainly premiered in Britain.
An enchanting argument for the power of theatrical imagination over reality, The Illusion weaves obsession and caprice, romance and murder, fact and fiction, into an enticing exploration of the greatest illusion of all – love.
Founding Visions for a New American Art
A wide-ranging, inspiring documentary history of the American theatre movement as told by the visionaries who goaded it into being.
Three plays from one of the most singular and exhilarating commentators on American life.
A powerful comedy-drama about a family gathering at Thanksgiving, from a gifted young American playwright.
A deliciously adventurous play that confronts the question of whether monogamy is enough to ensure a happy marriage.
A Lolita-like tale of female sexual awakening, winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize.
The homebody of the title is a bored but highly intellectual Englishwoman who finds refuge and escape in the alternate world of Aghanistan, exoticised in her mind's eye with the help of an out-of-date guide book.
Eduardo Machado’s Havana is Waiting and other plays examines the intersection of the personal and the political on a generation of immigrants. With humor and passion, the author pursues his lifelong exploration of the Cuban-American experience.
The final installment in Quiara Alegría Hudes’s three-play cycle, which began with Pulitzer Prize-finalist Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue and Pulitzer Prize-winner Water by the Spoonful.
A series of connected plays—Rose, Paraffin, and Nursing—that together form a dark and compelling exploration of what binds people together and drives them apart.
One of the greatest musicals of all time, with music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and a book by Arthur Laurents.
Set in a fictional fundamentalist country where chewing gum is outlawed, Gum explores the human need to tame nature and control desire.
An unsettling and deeply compassionate play from an acclaimed US playwright.
Writing at the end of his own long life, in Oedipus at Colonus Sophocles depicts his doomed hero's final hours; at the moment of his death the aged Oedipus is free at last. Envisaging this meditation on mortality as a rousing service in a black church, Lee Breuer has created a remarkable text based on Robert Fitzgerald's splendid translation.