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.
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.