Caryl Churchill began her career writing short radio dramas for the BBC. She then served as the resident dramatist at the Royal Court in 1974-75 which led to her association with The Joint Stock Theatre Company where, along with writers like David Hare and David Edgar, she developed her earliest success Cloud 9. First produced in 1979 under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark, the provocative and political play went on to acclaim in New York, garnering the OBIE Award for Best Play in 1982. TCG has published 11 of Churchill’s titles to date, including A Number and Drunk Enough to Say I Love You.
First TCG Edition: 1994