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Artistic Directors of the Future...Talks Brexit By Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway
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ARTISTIC DIRECTORS OF THE FUTURE...TALKS BREXIT. Selected and Edited by Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway. A provocative, urgent, necessary collection of work featuring essays by Tutku Barbaros, Javaad... More > Alipoor, Charleen Parkes and plays by Firdos Ali, Sian Davila, Hassan Abdulrazzak, Hannah Khalil, Vinay Patel, Milli Bhatia, Kelechi Iwumene, Bisola E. Alabi and Daniel York. This publication is made in collaboration with NoPassport Press.< Less
Lesbian & Queer Plays from the Jane Chambers Prize By Maya E. Roth & Jennifer-Scott Mobley
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LESBIAN & QUEER PLAYS FROM THE JANE CHAMBERS PRIZE edited by Maya E. Roth and Jennifer-Scott Mobley with a preface by Jill Dolan and an afterward by Sara Warner This volume, the first of two,... More > gathers five plays from the history of the Jane Chambers Prize: UNSPEAKABLE ACTS by Mary F. Casey, FULL/SELF by Claire Chafee, THE SIEGELS OF MONTAUK by Meryl Cohn, A LIVE DRESS by MJ Kaufman and FEMMES by Gina Young. THE JANE CHAMBERS PRIZE recognizes plays and scripts for performance written by a woman that present a feminist perspective and significant roles for female performers. This annual award is given in memory of lesbian playwright Jane Chambers who, through her plays and activism became a major feminist voice in American theater. This publication is a collaboration between WTP and NoPassport Press.< Less
Mestiza Power! By Concepción León Mora & Virginia Grise
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MESTIZA POWER! by Concepción León Mora. Translated from the Spanish by Virginia Grise. Through the hustle and bustle of the market this play enters the daily lives of the mestizas,... More > indigenous women from the landscapes of Mérida, Mexico. From a run-away maid, to a mestiza who wears Ray Bans, to a widow with el don, the power to heal, these women are unafraid of life’s harsh realities. As they reveal their stories, rites and myths, Mestiza Power shows us women empowered by their roots and a spirit of independence. This play was translated by Virginia Grise with a commission from the Lark’s Mexico/United States Playwright Exchange program. This print edition of the translation is a collaboration between the Lark and NoPassport theatre alliance and press.< Less
Stages of Resistance: Theatre and Politics in the Capitalocene By Caridad Svich & Olivia George
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STAGES OF RESISTANCE: THEATRE AND POLITICS IN THE CAPITALOCENE edited by Caridad Svich with Olivia George. A collection of essays, interviews & reflections on the multiple meanings of political... More > theatre, and the ways in which progressive, wholistic cultural change may be instigated through artworks. Contributors include Rachel Mars and Roberta Mock, Maddy Costa, Andy Smith, Mary Kathryn Nagle, Yvette Nolan, Leila Buck, Dipika Guha, Zakiyyah Alexander, Andy Field and more. This publication is a collaboration between The Lark and NoPassport Press.< Less
Gertie and Alice by the Sea By Caridad Svich
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GERTIE AND ALICE BY THE SEA by Caridad Svich. In the last house in the world, two women live out their days. They could be the famous Gertie and Alice, but they are not necessarily. They still do the... More > things we do--eating, talking, laughing with friends and lovers—until what they know begins to slip away, and all that is left is desire. This play was developed at The Lark, Ensemble Studio Theatre at Primary Stages, and CEAD's 2017 Dramaturgies et Dialogues Festival in Montreal, Canada.< Less
Schnauzer Duck By Mariana Carreño King & Saúl Enríquez
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SCHNAUZER DUCK By Saúl Enríquez, Translated by Mariana Carreño King. In this play, Two actors tell the story of a relationship between two brothers: one is a famous writer with a... More > fatal illness who returns to look for his family after nine years of absence, and the other, a petty criminal, is the only person willing to talk to him. A black comedy about the meaning of life, losing your memory and finding family. This translation was commissioned by The Lark's Mexico/United States Playwright Exchange program. This print edition is a collaboration between the Lark and NoPassport theatre alliance and press.< Less
An Acorn By Caridad Svich
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AN ACORN by Caridad Svich. A text for performance that traces the journey of a person that loses their voice one morning after an event that shocks the foundation of the society in which they live. A... More > poem-play for a new world order. Originally commissioned by American Blues Theater in Chicago. First produced at Brown University/Trinity Rep in Providence, Rhode Island.< Less
The Night Buster Keaton Dreamed Me By Kerry Muir & Ercilia Sahores
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THE NIGHT BUSTER KEATON DREAMED ME by Kerry Muir with Spanish Translation by Ercilia Sahores. This bilingual edition (English-Spanish) of Muir's enchanting play is for audiences young and old. This... More > publication is from NoPassport Press.< Less
When I Was Both By Caridad Svich
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WHEN I WAS BOTH by Caridad Svich. Jenna loses her job at university after 20-odd years in the field. This action, out of her control, sends her on a journey, where she will discover more about... More > herself than she might have ever known. As her circle of friends tries to support and challenge her, Jenna finds a new path – one that becomes an investigation into memory and being – a map of the self. A play about Western society's "invisible women" living within the structures of late capitalism.< Less
agua de luna (psalms for the rouge) By Caridad Svich
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AGUA DE LUNA (PSALMS FOR THE ROUGE) is a new play by Caridad Svich that traces the personal lives of three couples living in southwest Detroit. Written in close-ups snapshots of ache, hunger, passion... More > and hope, the play speaks to the search for a bit of magic in the everyday. This play premiered at Matrix Theatre Company in Detroit, which commissioned the piece. This is a Santa Catalina Editions publication.< Less