How I Learned to Drive & The Mineola Twins
Two mirror-image investigations of coming of age in the sixties.
Set in Chicago in 1927, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom deals with issues of race, art, religion and the historic exploitation of black recording artists by white producers.
A collection of work from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, featuring three decades' worth of short plays, one-acts and monologues.
Three Plays by Michael Weller
With stark truth and piercing detail, Loving, Longing, Leaving, a marriage trilogy, takes us through the lives of three intersecting couples immersed in three distinct stages of love. Michael Weller is also the author of Moonchildren and Loose Ends.
An English verse translation of Molière's second verse comedy, featuring a heroine masquerading as a man, yet unable to evade Cupid.
This selection of texts makes original and inimitable works of music-theatre accessible to a wide audience for the first time.
Past and present collide on a snowy Christmas Eve for a troubled family of five. Humorous and heart-wrenching, this beautifully written play proves that magic can be found in the simplest breaths of life.
A sweeping historical saga told with lyricism and power, The Liquid Plain brings to life a group of people whose stories have been erased from history.
Endowed with Linney's lyric intensity, augmented by his rich sense of humour, these plays illuminate a major talent of the American theatre.
A revealing drama about a great American president, written by a great American playwright. Nominated for 12 Academy Awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay.
The book and lyrics of the hit Broadway musical based on Elizabeth Spencer's 1960 novella.
A uniquely American writer and performer, Carson has spent fifteen years working with peoples' stories in communities across America, crafting more than thirty plays from the oral histories she has collected.
A collection of letters and collaborative texts written by playwright Sam Shepard and director Joseph Chaikin, covering one of the richest periods of contemporary American playmaking.
A solo show exploring experiences of death and dying through verbatim testimony.
The time is December 1939, when the most important thing in Lala Levy's life is the Atlanta premiere of Gone with the Wind. More urgent to her widowed mother, Boo, is the question of who will be Lala's date for the last night of Ballyhoo, the formal dance that crowns the party season for Atlanta's Jewish society.