Congratulations to Annie Baker!
WINNER OF THE 2014 PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA
The most recent work by the Obie Award-winning author of Circle Mirror Transformation and The Aliens, The Flick takes place in a run-down movie theater in central Massachusetts, where the tiny battles and not-so-tiny heartbreaks of three underpaid employees play out in the empty aisles. With keen insight and a finely-tuned comic eye, The Flick is a hilarious and heartrending cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world.
The comedy, by one of the United States’ most-produced and highly regarded young playwrights, premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in winter of 2013, directed by Sam Gold, and will be remounted Off-Broadway at the Barrow Street Theater in the near future.
"Hilarious and ineffably touching. . . . This lovingly observed play will sink deep into your consciousness." —The New York Times
Legendary theatre artist Athol Fugard returns to the stage for the first time in fifteen in this, his latest work. Currently receiving its world premiere at Long Wharf Theatre.
The Obie award-winning playwright of 2.5 Minutes – and the book writer for the recent hit musical, Fun Home – takes on the big question of our country’s character in the play declared “a candidate to be the Angels in America of the Bush II decade” (San Francisco Chronicle).
Known for delicately detailed character studies that subtly balance humor and insight, Obie Award-winning playwright Amy Herzog tells the intimate tale of what is lost and won when a hidden truth is suddenly revealed in The Great God Pan.
Playwright provocateur Adam Rapp weaves tales of love, torment and redemption in this collection of three plays spanning 100 years in a Lower East Side tenement hallway.
edited by Todd London
A wide-ranging, inspiring documentary history of the American theatre movement as told by the visionaries who goaded it into being, including Joseph Papp, New York Shakespeare Festival; Ellen Stewart, La MaMa E.T.C.; Luis Valdez, El Teatro Campesino and many more.
by Lucy Kirkwood
This powerful, provocative play about the shifting balance of power between East and West has garnered the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Olivier Award for Best New Play, Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play and Critics' Circle Best New Play Award.
by Daniel Rosenthal
This definitive account of London’s National Theatre is filled with artistic, financial and political battles, onstage triumphs – and the occasional disaster.
edited by Amy Wegener and Sarah Lunnie
This volume brings together all nine scripts from the 37th cycle of world premiere productions staged at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Includes Will Eno’s Gnit, Branden Jacobs-Jenkin’s Appropriate, Sarah Ruhl’s Two Conversations Overheard on Airplanes and more.
Kristen Kosmas / Translated by Matvei Yankelevich
A wildly unpredictable text about being the completely wrong person in the totally wrong place at the exact wrong time doing all the most wrong things. "A tour de force of a verbal marathon."
-- Seattle Times