In Fabulation, playwright Lynn Nottage reimagines Esther (the character from her companion play, Intimate Apparel) as Undine, the public relations diva of today, who spirals downward from her swanky Manhattan office to her roots back in Brooklyn.
Solo Performance Texts from the Twentieth Century
An anthology of excerpts from the works of more than fifty solo writer/performers including: Eric Bogosian, Laurie Anderson, Lenny Bruce, Andy Kaufman, Richard Pryor and Whoopi Goldberg.
A collection of plays from one of the leading comic voices of his generation, full of his characteristic razor-sharp wit and black humour.
A collection of work by Eric Bogosian, one of America's leading performers and most original playwrights.
A collection of ensemble-created plays by major American theatre companies - the first of its kind.
An unforgettable journey across time and generations.
Four plays - spanning a decade - from the leading Chinese-American playwright.
The classic Yiddish tale by S. Ansky, adapted by Tony Kushner, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America, and Joachim Neugroschel.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play which became the Oscar-winning film - a delicate depiction of racial tensions and of growing old.
A theatrical tour-de-force of language and ideas about Eighties' America, by the best-selling author of Billy Bathgate and Ragtime.
The hit Broadway play, filmed in 2008 with Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Plays of Struggle and Liberation
A collection of nine plays by the acclaimed performer and civil rights activist John O'Neal.
The most successful strategies for funding and marketing the arts
A hundred new ideas for raising money to fund the arts - of enormous value to all arts organisations.
A funny, probing, and bold play that picks up where Ibsen's A Doll's House left off, and offers a sharp contemporary take on the struggles inherent in all human relationships across time.
Thornton Wilder's scintillating version of Ibsen's classic play.
A hard-hitting play about the Philippines in the Marcos era, adapted by Jessica Hagedorn from her own novel of the same name.