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.
A bitter-sweet romantic comedy from the author of Driving Miss Daisy.
A new collection of plays by one of the most versatile dramatists in contemporary American theatre.
Set in the 1980s, King Hedley II is the story of an ex-con in post-Reagan Pittsburgh trying to rebuild his life. Part of August Wilson's ten-play Century Cycle.
The story of an ex-con in post-Reagan Pittsburgh, 1985, trying to rebuild his life. Foreword by Marion McClinton.
67 Monologues and Scenes by Women and Nonbinary Playwrights
A new collection of monologues or scenes from plays written by women, trans, and nonbinary writers, nominated by hundreds of professional artistic directors, literary managers, professors, directors, and dramaturgs.
97 Monologues and Scenes by Female and Trans Playwrights
A collection of monologues and scenes from The Kilroys List, a vetted collection of plays written by female and trans writers, nominated by hundreds of professional artistic directors, literary managers, professors, producers, directors, and dramaturgs.
Tracy Letts's shocking and unforgettable first play, a tense, gut-twisting thriller that asks where the moral line is drawn in the fight for survival.
A play about a time in American history when the sons and daughters of recently freed slaves journeyed to the industrial cities of the North in search of prosperity, a new way of life, and, essentially, their own identities.
Set in a run-down firm of mini-cab drivers in Pittsburgh's Hill District in 1977, Jitney is part of August Wilson's Century Cycle, his epic dramatisation of the African American experience in the twentieth century.
The hit Broadway musical based on the life of the jazz great, Jelly Roll Morton.
Two extraordinary plays from a bright new talent in American theatre.
Building Bridges to the Arts, Culture and Community
A handbook on how arts and cultural organisations can attract ethnic minorities and involve them as audiences.