A hard-hitting play about the Philippines in the Marcos era, adapted by Jessica Hagedorn from her own novel of the same name.
The Funny Book of Good Acting
An essential guide for artists and actors wanting to set free the messy and hilarious Clown within.
Three plays from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Doubt.
A cross-section of the most diverse and dynamic stage directors defining today’s American theatre, in conversation with director/producer Jason Loewith.
Interviews with twenty-one leading American theatre directors.
A rueful comedy of love, friendship and haute cuisine.
Three provocative dramas, Paradise Blue, Detroit ’67 and Skeleton Crew, making up a play cycle examining the sociopolitical history of Detroit.
A timely play tackling issues of race and authority within the US Marine Corps - part of a trilogy of plays, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning Doubt, that explore issues of power and morality within a hallowed American institution.
A wide-ranging collection of work from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America.
The comic odyssey of a woman forced to confront her own assumptions about morality, redemption and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world.
A play about what it means to be an outsider while searching for empathy and connection.
The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki
A landmark collection of writings from one of the world's most revered theatre directors.
Three plays from the award-winning Latino comedy trio.
A second collection of work by the award-winning Latino comedy trio.
A collection of work from leading American playwright Lynn Nottage.
A witty and compelling play that takes a piercing look at a family of performers coming to terms with the roles they play in each other’s lives.
A unique assortment of plays, songs and poems for primary school children to read and perform - an ideal resource for teachers and schools looking for creative ways to explore contemporary moral and ethical issues in a fun and stimulating way.