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LEE BREUER

The Gospel at Colonus

Adapted lyrics by Bob Telson and

Lee Breuer from Sophocles

978-0-930452-94-0 $12.95

Sister Suzie Cinema The Collected Poems and Performances 1976–1986

Also includes:

Hajj

,

Red Beads

,

A Prelude to Death in Venice

,

The

Warrior Ant

and “The Theatre

and Its Trouble”, an essay.

978-0-930452-60-5 $10.95

JEZ BUTTERWORTH

Jerusalem

One of London and New York’s

most highly acclaimed plays, Jez

Butterworth’s “wild, blissfully funny

drug-and-booze-fueled comedy

and tragedy” (

New York Times

) is

a rousing exploration of national

identity, living on the margins and

the necessity of rebellion.

978-1-55936-408-9 $14.95

Mojo and Other Plays

Includes:

Mojo

;

The Night Heron

;

Parlour Song

and

The Winterling

.

978-1-55936-418-8 $18.95

JO CARSON

Liars, Thieves and Other Sinners on The Bench

A collection of Jo Carson’s favorite

stories, from her more than fifteen

years of gathering oral histories and

crafting plays in communities across

the country. Together they create

a portrait of America, in a diverse

and authentic array of voices.

978-1-55936-331-0 $16.95

Stories I Ain’t Told Nobody Yet Selections from the People Pieces

Fifty-four monologues and

dialogues, a remarkable distillation

of rhythms and nuances from the

region of the heart.

978-1-55936-027-2 $15.95

AIMÉ CÉSAIRE

A Tempest

Translated by Richard Miller

Césaire’s rich and insightful

adaptation of

The Tempest

draws

on contemporary Caribbean society,

the African American experience

and African mythology to raise

questions about colonialism,

racism and their lasting effects.

978-1-55936-210-8 $13.95

ANTON CHEKHOV

Three Sisters

Translated by Paul Schmidt

This refreshingly clear and

colloquial adaptation was the

basis for the Wooster Group’s

acclaimed production

Brace Up!

978-1-55936-055-5 $13.95

Uncle Vanya

A New Version by Annie Baker

One of the most celebrated

playwrights in the United States

lends her truthful observation and

elegant command of the colloquial

to Chekhov’s despairing masterpiece.

A refreshingly intimate and modern

treatment of a Chekhovian classic.

978-1-55936-447-8 $14.95

OLIVIER CHOINIERE

Bliss

Translated by Caryl Churchill

The brilliant British dramatist

translates a new Quebecois play.

978-1-55936-335-8 $13.95

PING CHONG

The East–West Quartet

Preface by Jessica Hagedorn

More than any other artist,

Ping Chong has explored the ways

Asian cultures have intersected

with contemporary American

society throughout history.

This volume collects four of his

masterworks created over the past

decade:

Deshima

,

Chinoiserie

,

After Sorrow

and

Pojagi

.

978-1-55936-229-0 $16.95

Undesirable Elements Real People, Real Lives, Real Theater

Introduction by Alisa Solomon

A four-piece volume of community-

specific plays, each of which was

developed through an extended

residency. These stories weave

together personal and historical

narratives to examine the lives

of those who are born into one

culture and live in another.

978-1-55936-397-6 $17.95

CARYL CHURCHILL

Blue Heart

978-1-55936-154-5 $13.95

Cloud 9

“Sharp comedy and a serious

purpose are splendidly combined

in

Cloud 9,

Caryl Churchill’s

provocative and amusing study

of sexual politics.”

Time Out

978-1-55936-099-9 $13.95

Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?

978-1-55936-311-2 $12.95

Far Away

“It is only forty-five minutes long,

but packs the substance of several

full-length dramas.”

London Times

978-1-55936-199-6 $12.95

Light Shining in Buckinghamshire

978-1-55936-130-9 $10.95

Love and Information

In this fast-moving kaleidoscope,

more than one hundred characters

try to make sense of what they

know. The latest work from beloved

master playwright Caryl Churchill.

978-1-55936-440-9 $13.95

Mad Forest A Play from Romania

978-1-55936-114-9 $13.95

A Number

A Number

by Caryl Churchill

is the first true play of the

21st century. It’s an hour-long

experiment in prediction, a

meditation upon identity, a sort

of nightmare imagining of what

the magic of science, in relation

to cloning, may one day require

of our hearts and minds.”

Evening Standard

978-1-55936-225-2 $11.95

The Skriker

This extraordinary play combines

English folk tales with scenes from

modern urban life.

978-1-55936-097-5 $13.95

This is a Chair

978-1-55936-177-4 $9.95

PEARL CLEAGE

Flyin’ West and Other Plays

Also includes:

Blues for an Alabama

Sky

,

Bourbon at the Border

,

Late Bus

to Mecca and Chain

.

978-1-55936-168-2 $18.95

CONSTANCE CONGDON

Tales of the Lost Formicans and Other Plays

“If not the best new play of recent

years, [

Tales of the Lost Formicans

] is

surely the most imaginative. A travel

guide to Middle America conducted

by aliens from outer space.”

Time

Also includes

: No Mercy

,

Casanova

and

Losing Father’s Body

.

978-1-55936-084-5 $17.95

PIERRE CORNEILLE

The Illusion

Adapted by Tony Kushner

This much-produced adaptation

by the Pulitzer Prize-winning

author of

Angels in America

blends

magic and truth, obsession and

caprice, and romance and murder

into a persuasive argument for the

power of theatrical imagination

over reality.

978-1-55936-090-6 $13.95