Four plays from the award-winning American playwright which together form a complete 'marriage cycle'.
Contemporary Plays by Disabled Playwrights
The first of its kind - an anthology that explores how disabled artists depict the world they inhabit with their disabilities.
A collection of contemporary Asian-American plays.
Amy Herzog's devastating play about an American newlywed couple who move to a boho neighbourhood in Paris, only for their relationship to begin to unravel.
A play infused by the spirit and language of Lorca, about what we will sacrifice in the name of love.
Two plays by a leading African-American playwright and director, Barbecue and Bootycandy.
The Tony Award-winning musical about an Egyptian band that gets stranded in a small Israeli desert town.
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 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.
This new anthology collects plays written and performed over six years, including Now That Communism Is Dead My Life Feels Empty!, Maria del Bosco, Panic! (How to Be Happy!), Bad Boy Nietzsche!, Bad Behavior and King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe!
An incisive portrait of a family grasping for stability at the dawn of a new millennium.
A dark and funny look at the end of the American dream - Stephen Sondheim lifts musical theatre to new heights of brilliance.
Scenes from Life in the Country
A critically acclaimed play cycle about loss, memory and remembrance in America's recent past.
A haunting tale of loss and friendship, blurring the lines between the real and surreal, from the author of Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play.
When a handsome new lector arrives at a family-run cigar factory with a copy of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, not everyone is delighted. Pride and passions are already running high as the factory is threatened by the race to industrialise and join the American Dream. In the heat of the crowded factory floor, Tolstoy's words inflame desires, inspire jealousies and force the family to look to its future.
Molière's Amphitryon is based on a play by Plautus. In Molière's version, Jupiter's love affairs allude to those of the French king.
A compendium of the best essays and interviews from twenty-five years of American Theatre magazine.