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Abraham Lincoln Goes to the Theatre

By Larry Tremblay
Translated by Chantal Bilodeau

John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D. C. Inside that theatre today, Ranger Powell of the U. S. Parks Service takes crowds of tourists, the curious and the ghoulish through a step-by-step description of the assassination. Underneath ... Read more

Abraham Lincoln Goes to the Theatre ebook

By Larry Tremblay
Translated by Chantal Bilodeau

John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. Inside that theatre today, Ranger Powell of the U.S. Parks Service takes crowds of tourists, the curious and the ghoulish through a step-by-step description of the assassination. Underneath ... Read more

An Anglophone is Coming to Dinner

By George Rideout

The play, Un Anglophone Vient Souper, written by a little-known Quebec playwright, has been translated into English by Jim Bob himself, except for “the swearin'” which he decided sounded better in the original French. Colliding worlds of culture and language are served up ... Read more

In the Eyes of God

By Raul Sanchez Inglis
Translated by Linda Gaboriau

?There’s no business like show business,” and if you ever had any doubt about that, In the Eyes of God will bring you back to your senses. A vicious, vulgar, unsparing and grotesque look at the talent agencies that remake the Hollywood stars and tabloid personalities out ... Read more

King of Thieves

By George F. Walker

New York City, 1928. Master thief Mac must join an FBI sting operation against a cadre of corrupt bankers. Music, murder, and mayhem ensue, both at the speakeasy where criminals scheme and on Wall Street where financiers conspire. This satirical play with songs exposes the world ... Read more

King of Thieves ebook

By George F. Walker

New York City, 1928. Master thief Mac must join an FBI sting operation against a cadre of corrupt bankers. Music, murder, and mayhem ensue, both at the speakeasy where criminals scheme and on Wall Street where financiers conspire. This satirical play with songs exposes the world ... Read more

Labrador

By T. J. Dawe

Labrador is about a part of the world that practically no one knows anything about — Canada's own Siberia. And because your tour guide is the lovely and talented TJ Dawe, it's also about the cycle of generations, how the hell bread got invented, the blurry line between fact ... Read more