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Don’t Start Me to Talking… The Selected Plays of John O’Neal

John O’Neal

Artist and activist John O’Neal is

best known for his

Junebug Jabbo

Jones

cycle of plays, a remarkable

collection of tales and anecdotes

drawn from African American oral

literature, which he has performed

all over the globe. Four of these

plays are included in this volume,

along with four of O’Neal’s other

works: large-scale ensemble

productions, first performed by

his ensemble company.

978-1-55936-419-5 $19.95

June 2015

Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

Suzan-Lori Parks

A devastatingly beautiful dramatic

work set over the course of the

Civil War, from one of the theatre’s

most lyrical and powerful writers.

“By turns philosophical and playful,

lyrical and earthy…

Father Comes

Home From the Wars

swoops,

leaps, dives and soars across three

endlessly stimulating hours,

reimagining a turbulent turning

point in American history through

a cockeyed contemporary lens…

Might just be the best new play

I’ve seen all year.”

New York Times

978-1-55936-456-0 $15.95

May 2015

The Flick

Annie Baker

2014 Pulitzer Prize Winner

for Drama

In a rundown movie theater, three

underpaid employees sweep up

popcorn and tend to one of the last

thirty-five-millimeter projectors

in the state. With keen insight and

a ceaseless attention to detail,

The Flick

pays tribute to the power

of movies and paints a heartbreaking

portrait of three characters and their

working lives. A critical hit in its

off-Broadway premiere, this comedy

from one of the country’s most

produced and highly regarded young

playwrights was awarded the 2013

Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, an

Obie Award for Playwriting, and

the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

978-1-55936-458-4 $14.95 Paperback

978-1-55936-487-4 $30.00 Hardcover

Gnit

Will Eno

Peter Gnit, a funny enough but

so-so specimen of humanity, makes

a lifetime of bad decisions on the

search for his True Self. This is a

rollicking yet cautionary tale about

(among other things) how the

opposite of love is laziness.

Gnit

is a faithful, unfaithful and

willfully American misreading of

Henrik Ibsen’s

Peer Gynt

.

978-1-55936-477-5 $13.95

The Happiest Song Plays Last

Quiara Alegría Hudes

At the dawn of the Arab Spring in

an ancient Jordanian town, an Iraq

War veteran struggles to overcome

the traumas of combat by taking

on an entirely new and unexpected

career: action film hero. A search

for redemption, humility, and

one’s place in the world, this is the

final installment in Quiara Alegría

Hudes’s

The Elliot Trilogy

, which

began with Pulitzer Prize finalist

Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue

and Pulitzer

Prize-winner

Water by the Spoonful

.

978-1-55936-446-1 $14.95 Paperback

978-1-55936-463-8 $28.00 Hardcover

Inside/Outside Six Plays from Palestine and the Diaspora

Edited by Ismail Khalidi and

Naomi Wallace

Inside/Outside brings together

six dynamic Palestinian playwrights

from both Occupied Palestine and

the Diaspora, making it the very

first collection of its kind.

Includes:

Handala

, adapted by

Abdelfattah Abusrour;

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by Imad Farajin;

Keffiyeh/Made

in China

by Dalia Taha;

Plan D

by Hannah Khalil;

Tennis in

Nablus

by Ismail Khalidi; and

Territories

by Betty Shamieh.

978-1-55936-479-9 $19.95

June 2015

Intimacy and Other Plays

Thomas Bradshaw

An outrageous and revealing comedy

about race, sex, and familiarity,

Intimacy

is the newest work by

playwright Thomas Bradshaw.

This collection from the fiercely

provocative and funny playwright

also includes

Blues for Smoke

and

Strom Thurmond Is Not a Racist

.

978-1-55936-469-0 $17.95

March 2015

Into the Woods (Movie Tie-In Edition)

Music & Lyrics by

Stephen Sondheim;

Book by James Lapine

This modern musical classic has

been performed countless times

all over the world since its

Tony Award-winning debut in

1987. Now

Into the Woods

has been

brought vividly to life on screen

by director Rob Marshall, the

filmmaker of the Academy Award-

winning musical

Chicago

, with

a cast that includes Meryl Streep,

Emily Blunt, James Corden,

Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine and

Johnny Depp. Includes eight

full-color pages of photographs

from the film.

978-1-55936-499-7 $15.95

Photographs