A play in the tradition of Arthur Miller: an impassioned exploration of the impact of politics on an American family.
A compellingly original comedy thriller, and Sondheim's first ever non-musical play.
A dramatic tale of a young Japanese girl's sexual awakening, and ultimate social downfall, in Hawaii's harsh sugar-cane plantation system of the early twentieth century. In this moving elegy to his own aunt on whose life the story is based, Gotanda juxtaposes the world of traditional Japanese arts, such as pottery and the tea ceremony, with the conflicting social realities of a culture in transition.
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 theatrical tour-de-force of language and ideas about Eighties' America, by the best-selling author of Billy Bathgate and Ragtime.
The full text of cult-performer Bogosian's solo show, attacking the dark underbelly of the American dream with blistering accuracy.
Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's iconic musical comedy about life, love and marriage.
A collection of Paula Vogel's work, surveying a remarkable decade of her writing for the stage. Her singular voice is exhilarating, comic and heartbreaking by turns.
A magical scrapbook of words, pictures and memories, capturing the life of a middle-class black girl growing up in the Midwest in the 1930s and 40s, aspiring to be a writer.
Five plays by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
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 modern musical twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales.
The story of two siblings reunited at their mother's funeral.
Four plays from one of America's finest playwrights, endowed with compassion, keen insight and an unfailing comic sensibility.
Bogosian's brashest solo show, once again aiming scorching social commentary at the contemporary urban and suburban scene.
From the author of Angels in America, A Bright Room Called Day was Kushner's first major play. Written against the backdrop of Reagan's America, it is a powerful portrayal of individual resolution in the face of political catastrophe.
A musical based on a 19th-century Italian novel, Passion tells of the consequences of a sickly woman's love for a handsome young army captain.
An enchanting argument for the power of theatrical imagination over reality, The Illusion weaves obsession and caprice, romance and murder, fact and fiction, into an enticing exploration of the greatest illusion of all – love.