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FEATURED TITLES

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BOOKS

RACHEL CORRIE

My Name is Rachel Corrie

Edited by Alan Rickman and

Katharine Viner

On March 16, 2003, Rachel Corrie,

a twenty-three-year-old American,

was killed by an Israeli bulldozer

in the Gaza Strip as she was trying

to prevent the demolition of

Palestinian homes. A one-woman

play composed from Rachel’s own

journals, letters and e-mails.

978-1-55936-296-2 $12.95

NILO CRUZ

Anna in the Tropics

2003 Pulitzer Prize Winner

for Drama

“Cruz, the first Latin-American

dramatist to receive the Pulitzer,

weaves a seductive tale of a

close-knit family drawn into

emotional conflict, sexual

frustration and tragedy.”

Variety

978-1-55936-232-0 $14.95

Ana en el Trópico Spanish Language Edition

Translated by Nacho Artime

and Nilo Cruz

978-1-55936-245-0 $12.95

Beauty of the Father

A young woman reunites with her

painter father in the south of Spain,

both falling in love with the same

tantalizing young man.

978-1-55936-310-5 $13.95

The Color of Desire & Hurricane

In

The Color of Desire

, a passionate

romance erupts between an

American businessman in Havana

and an out-of-work Cuban actress.

Hurricane

depicts a damaged family

bracing itself for a natural disaster.

978-1-55936-402-7 $15.95

Two Sisters and a Piano and Other Plays

Introduction by Janice Paran

Nilo Cruz is the most produced

Cuban-American playwright in the

United States. In his plays, Cruz

almost always journeys back to

Cuba, even when the play is not

set there. Cruz is a sensualist, a

conjurer of mysterious voyages and

luxuriant landscapes. This volume

also includes:

Hortensia and the

Museum of Dreams

,

Lorca in a Green

Dress

,

Bicycle Country

and

Capricho

.

978-1-55936-258-0 $17.95

CULTURE CLASH

Culture Clash Life, Death and Revolutionary Comedy

Culture Clash’s first-ever collection.

Includes:

The Mission

,

A Bowl of

Beings

and

Radio Mambo

.

978-1-55936-139-2 $14.95

Culture Clash in AmeriCCa

Culture Clash investigates

contemporary American culture

as viewed in four very distinct

American cities. Includes:

Bordertown

(San Diego and Tijuana);

Nuyorican

Stories

(New York City);

Mission

Magic Mystery Tour

(San Francisco)

and

Anthems

(Washington, D.C.).

978-1-55936-216-0 $15.95

Oh, Wild West!

In this trio of plays, Culture Clash

rewrites California’s past in the

performance troupe’s own irreverent

comic style, interweaving pop

culture with their home state’s local

history. Includes:

Chavez Ravine

,

Water & Power

and

Zorro in Hell.

978-1-55936-327-3 $16.95

E.L. DOCTOROW

Drinks Before Dinner

Reissue of the 1979 play by the

noted novelist with an introduction

by the author.

978-1-55936-115-6 $10.95

WILL ENO

The Flu Season and Other Plays

Includes:

The Flu Season

,

Intermission

and

Tragedy: A Tragedy

.

978-1-55936-291-7 $14.95

Middletown

“Will Eno confirmed the singular

nature—and singular beauty—of

his voice with

Middletown

—a gentle

comic rumination on Thornton

Wilder’s

Our Town

. Like that

American classic

Middletown

was

concerned with the cosmic questions

reverberating beneath the surfaces

of quotidian life.”

—Charles Isherwood

978-1-55936-380-8 $14.95

Thom Pain (based on nothing)

“Astonishing in its impact…

Will Eno is a Samuel Beckett

for the Jon Stewart generation…

Thom Pain

is at bottom a surreal

meditation on the empty promises

life makes, the way experience

never lives up to the weird and

awesome fact of being. But it is also,

in its odd, bewitching beauty, an

affirmation of life’s work.”

—Charles Isherwood,

New York Times

978-1-55936-275-7 $13.95

THE FIVE

LESBIAN BROTHERS

The Five Lesbian Brothers Four Plays

The Five Lesbian Brothers are

Maureen Angelos, Babs Davy,

Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey

and Lisa Kron. This collection

includes:

Voyage to Lesbos, Brave

Smiles… another lesbian tragedy

,

The Secretaries

and

Brides of

the Moon

.

978-1-55936-166-8 $16.95

DARIO FO

Mistero Buffo The Collected Plays of Dario Fo, Volume Two

Translated by Ron Jenkins

Mistero Buffo

is Dario Fo’s

one-man “tour de force,” in which

he creates his own subversive

version of Biblical stories. One

of the major theatrical artists of

the 20th century, Italy’s Dario

Fo was awarded the 1997 Nobel

Prize for Literature. Ron Jenkins’

translations of Dario Fo have been

performed across the country.

978-1-55936-271-9 $15.95

We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay! and Other Works The Collected Plays of Dario Fo, Volume One

Translated by Ron Jenkins

Volume One includes:

We Won’t

Pay! We Won’t Pay!, Elizabeth,

Archangels Don’t Play Pinball

and

About Face

.

978-1-55936-183-5 $35.00 Hardcover

978-1-55936-182-8 $19.95 Paperback

RICHARD FOREMAN

Bad Boy Nietzsche! and Other Plays

Richard Foreman has been at the

leading edge of the theatrical avant-

garde in the U.S. and throughout

the world since 1968. This new

anthology collects plays including

Now That Communism Is Dead My

Life Feels Empty

,

Maria del Bosco

,

Panic (How to Be Happy!)

,

Bad Boy

Nietzsche!, Bad Behavior

and

King

Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe

.

978-1-55936-257-3 $17.95

Love & Science Selected Music-Theatre Texts

Includes:

Love and Science

,

Hotel

for Criminals

(

The American

Imagination

),

Africanus Instructus

and

Yiddisher Teddy Bears

.

978-1-55936-021-0 $13.95

The Manifestos and Essays

This book collects Foreman’s

writings on the question of “what

is art?”, from his early manifestos

through his recent transition to

film, and provides a fascinating

window into this singular artist’s

mind and creative process.

978-1-55936-398-3 $16.95