In this trio of plays, Culture Clash rewrites California’s past in the performance troupe’s own irreverent comic style, interweaving pop culture with their home state’s local history. Includes plays: Chavez Ravine, Water & Power and Zorro in Hell.
Two plays by the acclaimed Cuban-American writer.
A photojournalist is at home in Brooklyn recovering from serious wounds sustained whilst out covering war-torn Iraq, but longs for the adrenalin rush of her past.
Eduardo Machado’s Havana is Waiting and other plays examines the intersection of the personal and the political on a generation of immigrants. With humor and passion, the author pursues his lifelong exploration of the Cuban-American experience.
A penetrating drama laced with the signature humour of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Rabbit Hole. Good People explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing.
Four plays from the award-winning American playwright which together form a complete 'marriage cycle'.
A groundbreaking anthology containing a collection of new plays by American writers of a variety of Middle Eastern backgrounds, from artists born in Egypt and Iran, to Israeli- and Palestinian-Americans.
English verse translations of Molière's two great comedies of marriage and misunderstanding.
An English verse translation of Molière's second verse comedy, featuring a heroine masquerading as a man, yet unable to evade Cupid.
An English verse translation of Molière's first great play.
Two plays by Korean-American theatre practitioner and writer Young Jean Lee, who here 'confirms herself as one of the best experimental playwrights in America' (Timeout New York).
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.
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.
Includes essays and playscripts: The Cure, Film Is Evil: Radio Is Good, Symphony of Rats, What Did He See? and Lava, with a Foreword by Peter Sellars
A mother's extraordinary ability to heal a changing neighborhood, despite her inability to heal herself.
A collection of plays from the experimental writer-director Young Jean Lee.