A definitive collection of all of Eric Bogosian's monologues, originally performed as part of his six off-Broadway solo shows.
A unique and personal response to the extraordinary events of the first hundred days of the presidency of Donald J. Trump - a play diary for each day of the presidency, from the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.
Two solo pieces by the award-winning American performer, and founder member of the Five Lesbian Brothers troupe.
A unique, year-long play cycle from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Topdog/Underdog. This collection of 365 impeccably crafted pieces, each with its own distinctive characters and dramatic power, is a complete work by an artist responding to her world, each and every day.
Tools for the Working Actor
A collection of exercises, tips, tools and tricks from the renowned actor, director and acting coach behind The Barrow Group.
On and Off the American Stage
Interviews with twenty well-established American actors including Olympia Dukakis and James Earl Jones.
A practical programme of study for the actor, by one of the founders of the famous Actors Studio.
A volume of work by the innovative African-American playwright, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Topdog/Underdog.
An exploration of the careers and personal viewpoints of eleven major US set designers, combining research, commentary, extensive interviews and nearly 150 photographs, sketches, renderings and model designs.
Profiles of twelve of America's most exciting and influential scenic designers, lavishly illustrated with more than 165 examples of the artists' sketches, renderings and models as well as photos of the finished sets.
A volume of audition pieces for men selected from the best contemporary American plays.
A volume of audition pieces for women selected from the best contemporary American plays.
A compendium of the best essays and interviews from twenty-five years of American Theatre magazine.
Molière's Amphitryon is based on a play by Plautus. In Molière's version, Jupiter's love affairs allude to those of the French king.
When a handsome new lector arrives at a family-run cigar factory with a copy of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, not everyone is delighted. Pride and passions are already running high as the factory is threatened by the race to industrialise and join the American Dream. In the heat of the crowded factory floor, Tolstoy's words inflame desires, inspire jealousies and force the family to look to its future.
Scenes from Life in the Country
A critically acclaimed play cycle about loss, memory and remembrance in America's recent past.
A mystic comedy that celebrates family bonds in the face of dissolution, new life in the face of death, and art as a response to mortality.