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- Penguin Group US 2010; US$ 16.00
Two devastating short novels adapted for the stage by Steinbeck himself This Penguin Classics edition celebrates Steinbeck?s dramatic adaptations of his most powerful short novels, Of Mice and Men and The Moon Is Down , featuring a foreword by award-winning actor James Earl Jones. Of Mice and Men represents an experiment in form... more...
- HarperCollins 2010; US$ 15.99
?Paul Rudnick is a champion of truth (and love and great wicked humor) whom we ignore at our peril.? ?David Sedaris, author of Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day , and Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk This definitive collection of Paul Rudnick?s plays presents the pinnacle of theatrical hilarity from one of America?s great humorists. Popular for his wickedly... more...
- Soft Skull Press 2010; US$ 14.95
Neil LaBute burst onto the American theater scene in 1989 with his controversial debut work Filthy Talk for Troubled Times . Set in a barroom in Anytown USA and populated by a series of everymen (and two beleaguered everywomen), this series of frank exchanges explores the innumerable varieties of American intolerance. A unique snapshot of the times,... more...
- Level 4 Press, Inc. 2011; US$ 9.95
According to a 2008 NEA report, 2,000 regional theaters in the U.S. were presenting plays and musicals to over 58 million audience members each year. A significant percentage of this work was new plays, often written by playwrights living outside of New York City. Regional Best is a collection of nine of the best of those plays, each of which premiered... more...
- Faber & Faber 2005; US$ 14.99
"Sitting in an automobile was where I first remember understanding how drama works...Hidden in the back seat of a sedan, I quickly realized how deep the chasm or intense the claustrophobia could be inside your average family car." --Neil LaBute Be it the medium for clandestine couplings, arguments, shelter, or ultimately transportation, the automobile... more...
- Mill City Press 2011; US$ 3.99
Two childhood friends, one black, one white, whose lives intertwined in segregated East Texas return to Longview when Harley Groves, the man credited with making them the successful men they became, is murdered. They knew Groves, who had lost both feet to the Korean War, as a kind, gentle man who just wanted to share his life with the woman he loved... more...
- Faber & Faber 2005; US$ 14.99
From one of our most admired playwrights, ?an ambitious, complicated and often laugh-out-loud religious debate? (Toby Zinman, The Philadelphia Inquirer) Set in a time-bending, seriocomically imagined world between Heaven and Hell, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a philosophical meditation on the conflict between divine mercy and human free... more...
- Faber & Faber 2003; US$ 28.99
?May be the nearest thing to an American Ulysses . . . wildly funny and infinitely sad.? ?Fintan O?Toole, The Irish times Focusing on the lives of more than a dozen characters?among them the Oregon rave boy Skeeter; the progressive-thinking octogenarian Violet, remembering her life from her bohemian youth in prewar Paris to her jazz-clubbing... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2011; Not Available
The Black Monk has been called a singular "collaboration" between two writers: Anton Chekhov and David Rabe. Based on Chekov's novella of the same name, Rabe's brilliant stage adaptation tells the story of Kovrin, the young philosophy student who returns from Moscow to the estate owned by Pesotsky, where he spent his youth. Kovrin and Pesotsky's... more...