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  • Almost With Youby Elizabeth Coleman

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 17.99

    It’s 2007. At forty-five, Lisa is fighting growing feelings for Tom that threaten to rob her of Dan, the person she’s always loved most in the world. She wants Tom badly, but she can’t (or won’t) tell him about Dan, and Tom finds himself in a competition that he can’t possibly understand. As for Dan, he’s a cheeky, exasperating... more...

  • Remember Ronald Ryanby Barry Dickins

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 19.95

    Remember Ronald Ryan introduces us to the last felon to be executed on Australian soil. Dickins portrays the man behind the legend as lovable, cheeky, wretched, despicable and, above all, courageous. After forty years, his guilt in the shooting of a prison warder remains in doubt. A victim of his times, himself and political pressure, Ryan never stood... more...

  • Everyman and the Pole Dancersby Lech Mackiewicz

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 17.99

    A family of three generations is guided through their last hours. With fear, loathing and existential guilt all present in the perverse relationships, can Everyman realign these individuals so warped and deranged? Bizarre and fun yet hideously confronting, will Everyman lure everyone around a pole wherethere is nothing a good dance won’t fix. more...

  • The Bull, the Moon and the Coronet of Starsby Van Badham

    Currency Press 2013; US$ 17.99

    Alone in the museum, in the dark, Marion unravels a ball of string so Michael can venture into a mystery. In recent weeks, strange stirrings have haunted the ancient relics and rumours of a monster abound. Michael finds his way back to her and to an impossible situation. Marion flees and finds herself the prim centre of an over-sexed septuagenarian... more...

  • The Girl Who Saw Everythingby Alma De Groen

    Currency Press 1993; US$ 17.99

    ALMA DE GROEN was born in New Zealand and moved to Australia in 1965. Her many plays include: The Sweatproof Boy; The Joss Adams Show; The After-Life of Arthur Craven; Going Home; The Rivers of China, which won the 1997 Premier’s Award for Drama in both NSW and Victoria; The Girl Who Saw Everything which won the 1993 AWGIE for best stage play;... more...

  • Ninetyby Joanna Murray-Smith

    Currency Press 2009; US$ 17.99

    It is no use, but William gives Isabel ninety minutes anyway. They were once married, but something happened. Something broke deep down in the mechanism of their lives together and, seeing no way to repair it, they threw it away. But perhaps they were too hasty. Perhaps there was something they could have done. Isabel just wants ninety minutes. Soon... more...

  • The Removalistsby David Williamson

    Currency Press 1972; US$ 17.99

    A young policeman’s first day on duty becomes a violent and highly charged initiation into law enforcement. Remarkable for its blend of boisterous humour and horrifying violence, the play has acquired a reputation as a classic statement on Australian authoritarianism and is a key work in the study of Australian drama. more...

  • Beautiful Wordsby Sean Riley

    Currency Press 2008; US$ 15.99

    An epic chronicle of the refugee experience, Beautiful Words weaves together three very different stories of survival, told through the eyes of three children in different times and places. The outcome is heart-rending, humorous, and surprising by turns. From the horrors of Auschwitz Concentration Camp in the final days of World War II, to Taliban-ruled... more...

  • Roulette 12 Dialoguesby R. Cortese

    Currency Press 2005; US$ 19.99

    These twelve plays, set in twelve different locations, are based on themes drawn from an ancient Chinese cosmology called the 12 Branches of Life. The plays focus on the chance meetings of two people in varying situations and provide a revealing mosaic of human interaction across a range of emotional landscapes. more...

  • Black Medeaby Wesley Enoch

    Currency Press 2013; US$ 15.99

    Black Medea is Wesley Enoch’s richly poetic adaptation of Euripides’ Medea. Blending the cultures of Ancient Greek and Indigenous storytelling, Enoch weaves a commentary on contemporary Aboriginal experience. more...