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SHAKESPEARE MONOLOGUES FOR YOUNG MEN
By: L. Dixon
Fifty fresh speeches from William Shakespeare's plays, hand-picked for young people and prefaced with easy-to-use guides that explain who is speaking; where, when, and to whom; what has just happened in the play; and what the character's objectives are—everything actors need to know!
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ANTIGONE
By: Bertolt Brecht
Sophocles, Hölderlin, Brecht, Malina – four major figures in the world's theatre – have all left their imprint on this remarkable dramatic text. Friedrich Hölderlin translated Sophocles into German, Brecht adapted Hölderlin, and now Judith Malina has rendered Brecht's version into a stunning English incarnation. Available for the first... read more
AUGUST - OSAGE COUNTY
By: Tracy Letts
One of the most bracing and critically acclaimed plays in recent Broadway history, August: Osage County paints a portrait of the dysfunctional American family at its finest — and absolute worst. When the patriarch of the Weston clan disappears one hot summer night, the family reunites at the Oklahoma homestead, where long-held... read more
BENT
By: Martin Sherman
Martin Sherman's worldwide hit play Bent took London by storm in 1979 when it was first performed by the Royal Court Theatre, with Ian McKellen as Max (a character written with the actor in mind). The play itself caused an uproar. “It educated the world,” Sherman explains. “People knew about how the Third Reich treated Jews and, to some... read more
A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY
By: Tony Kushner
A powerful portrayal of individual resolution, irresolution and dissolution in the face of political catastrophe in 1930s Berlin, as well as the morally outraged outpourings of a contemporary New York woman.
THE CLEAN HOUSE AND OTHER PLAYS
By: Sarah Ruhl
“Passionate. Show-stopping. Daringly over-the-top and impressively consistent in its delirious excess. The Clean House shines.” — The New Haven Advocate

The Clean House is not, by any means, a traditional boy-meets-girl story. In fact disease, death and dirt are among the subjects it addresses. This comedy is... read more

DEAD MAN'S CELL PHONE
By: Sarah Ruhl
An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man—with a lot of loose ends. So begins Dead Man’s Cell Phone, a wildly imaginative new comedy by playwright Sarah Ruhl, recipient of a MacArthur "Genius" Grant and Pulitzer Prize finalist for her play The Clean... read more
DEFIANCE
By: John Patrick Shanley
Defiance is the "very rich and satisfying" (The Village Voice) second work in John Patrick Shanley’s trilogy that began with Doubt. The play is set in 1971 at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, where Lt. Col. Morgan Littlefield and his reluctant protégé Capt. Lee King — a young African American officer — clash over issues of... read more
DOUBT
By: John Patrick Shanley
Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Doubt is set in a Bronx Catholic school in 1964, where a strong-minded woman wrestles with conscience and uncertainty as she is faced with concerns about one of her male colleagues.

“A superb new drama written by John Patrick Shanley. It is an inspired study in moral... read more

EDWARD ALBEE
By: Toby Zinman
Edward Albee is without doubt one of the giants of American theater, in the same pantheon with Arthur Miller, Eugene O'Neill, and Tennessee Williams. His prolific career includes three Pulitzer Prizes and the 2005 Lifetime Achievement Tony Award.

At the age of 80, Albee is still producing major works for the theater - most recently... read more

FENCES
By: August Wilson
With a foreword by Samuel G. Freedman.

Set in the Hill District of Pittsburgh in 1957. Troy Maxson was never allowed to play baseball growing up because of his color. Now as a grown man in a changing society, he lets his old anger burn away his son's chances of playing football. The family finds themselves in a timeless... read more

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