Three surreal plays by the influential Puerto Rican playwright, author of Marisol.
Essays and Opinions
The collected ‘essays and opinions’ of the founder, director, playwright and star of New York’s famous Ridiculous Theatre.
A gloriously biting comedy set in a rest home, from the author of Good People and Rabbit Hole.
Sondheim's Obie-Award-winning musical telling the real-life story of the Mizner brothers, following their fortunes from the 1890s Alaskan gold rush to the 1920s land boom.
A study in dissolution by a leading American playwright who has written prolifically, and with fine detail, on the perplexities of everyday living.
Three astonishingly original, provocative, scathingly funny plays from the Obie award-winning American writer.
A groundbreaking anthology containing a collection of new plays by American writers of a variety of Middle Eastern backgrounds, from artists born in Egypt and Iran, to Israeli- and Palestinian-Americans.
English verse translations of Molière's two great comedies of marriage and misunderstanding.
A unique edition of Chekhov's play in a brilliant translation by a world-renowned team of translators.
The complete book and lyrics of Norman’s Tony Award-winning Broadway musical adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s beloved children’s classic.
These plays are not only jet-black comedies. They are fairy tales, fables, passion plays, masquerades...
Set in 1940s Pittsburgh, Seven Guitars is a play about the search for self-fulfillment and acceptance in a hostile world.
This first major collection of contemporary Native American writing for the theatre ranges from the groundbreaking work of Body Indian to the experimental performance style of Spiderwoman Theater.
Two plays by one of America's premier performers and most innovative and provocative artists, author of the Pulitzer Prize finalist Talk Radio.
The full text of cult-performer Bogosian's solo show, attacking the dark underbelly of the American dream with blistering accuracy.
A charming meditation on the beauty and transience of the world around us, by acclaimed playwright, actor and director Athol Fugard.
Three hard-hitting, gritty monologues.