Theater Playscripts

BASH: LATTERDAY PLAYS

These three provocative one-act plays examine the complexities of evil in everyday life and thrillingly exhibit LaBute's signature raw lyrical intensity. Ablaze with the muscular dialogue and searing artistry that immediately established him as a major playwright, BASH is enduringly brilliant--classic and essential Neil LaBute.
November 1, 1999 | Paperback |
$14.95

GLASS MENAGERIE

Written by Williams, Tennessee
No play in the modern theatre has so captured the imagination and heart of the American public as Tennessee Williams's The Glass Menagerie.
June 17, 1999 | Paperback | New Directions Publishing Corporation | 105 Pages |
$12.95

MLIMA'S TALE

Continuing in her tradition of crafting thought-provoking, socially-conscious dramas, Lynn Nottage's latest offering tells the story of Mlima, a majestic elephant struck down by poachers for his tusks.
June 1, 2019 | Paperback |
$14.95

PRISONER

Written by Estienne, Marie-Helene
Somewhere in the world, a man sits alone outside a prison. Who is he, and why is he there? Is it a choice, or a punishment?
December 25, 2018 | Paperback | Theatre Communications Group |
$10.95

THOM PAIN (BASED ON NOTHING) [REVISED TCG EDITION]: WITH OTHER MONOLOGUES FOR THEATRE

"It's sad, isn't it? The dead horse of a life we beat, all the wilder, all the harder the deader it gets. On the other hand, there are some nice shops in the area."
March 1, 2019 | Paperback |
$14.95

WHITE NOISE

Leo, Misha, Ralph, and Dawn are old friends. The two couples have a lot in common—good educations, progressive politics, a taste for culture. But when a racially motivated incident with the cops leaves Leo shaken, he decides he must take extreme measures in order to survive. Suzan-Lori Parks’ newest work reveals how easily fissures can form in the social contracts we build with one another when confronted with difficult questions about race and identity.Leo, Misha, Ralph, and Dawn are old friends. The two couples have a lot in common--good educations, progressive politics, a taste for culture. But when a racially motivated incident with the cops leaves Leo shaken, he decides he must take extreme measures in order to survive.
August 1, 2019 | Paperback |
$14.95

KING LEAR

The acclaimed Pelican Shakespeare series, now in a dazzling new series design Winner of the 2016 AIGA + Design Observer 50 Books - 50 Covers competition Gold Medal Winner of the 3x3 Illustration Annual No.
March 1, 2016 | Paperback |
$9.00
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FEVER

Written by Shawn, Wallace
Wallace Shawn's The Fever is the winner of the 1991 Obie Award for Best Play and soon to be a film starring Vanessa Redgrave. While visiting a poverty-stricken country far from home, the unnamed narrator of The Fever is forced to witness the political persecution occurring just beyond a hotel window.
January 27, 2004 | Paperback | Grove Press | 80 Pages |
$14.00
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FENCES

Written by Wilson, August
During the 1950s Troy Maxson struggles against racism and tries to preserve his feelings of pride in himself.
June 1, 1986 | Paperback | Plume Books | 101 Pages |
$14.00
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FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF

Written by Shange, Ntozake
From its inception in 1974 to its critical success on Broadway, this work has excited and inspired audiences all over the country. Passionate and fearless, Shange's words reveal what it means to be of color and female in the 20th century. Here is the complete text, with stage directions, of a groundbreaking dramatic prose poem.
September 1, 1997 | Paperback | Scribner Book Company |
$12.99

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