Transcriptions of actual tuition sessions by the originator of Method Acting - the next best thing to being taught by Strasberg himself.
Four lively dramas from the twenties and thirties evoking a world of gangsters, crooked cops, intrepid newpaper hacks and slightly tarnished damsels in distress.
The first collection by a striking new voice in American theatre.
Building arts audiences through dynamic subscription promotion
Examples from theatres all over America demonstrating how to build audiences through subscription schemes. Could be applied profitably to other countries.
This collection contains Jon Robin Baitz's debut play, The Film Society, alongside two more recent works: The End of the Day and the title play, The Substance of Fire.
An updated version of Bogosian's theatrical tour de force.
An entertaining comedy-drama set in a local donut shop in the heart of one of Chicago's most diverse communities. By the Pulitzer Prize winning author of August: Osage County.
Spalding Gray's extraordinary memoir/monologue, based on his experiences as an actor in the film The Killing Fields
Four plays from one of America's finest playwrights, endowed with compassion, keen insight and an unfailing comic sensibility.
In the age of McCarthy and the Beat poets, a controversial African-American artist, Archer Aymes, became an overnight sensation with his first book, Mother and Son. Ten years later he was found dead in a prison cell.
A high-voltage portrait of a late-night shock jock, made into a film by Oliver Stone.
Four significant plays from a writer whose choice of ‘uncomfortable’ but well-documented subjects has gained her a reputation for controversy:
A unique meditation on the art and practice of theatre, from one of its most original thinkers and practitioners.
A working guide for actors, directors, students… and anyone else interested in the Bard
Practical advice on how to make Shakespeare’s words feel spontaneous, passionate, and real, from a leading American director and teacher.
The first collection from a major new voice in American theatre.
‘A work of burning anger and bruising emotional power’ about the foisting of powdered milk on Third World infants. Plus seven monologues.
Paul Schmidt's clear, colloquial and accurate translation of the story of the Prozorov family's dream of returning from the provinces to an idealised Moscow.