Anthologies (multiple Authors)

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5 Hot Plays

Edited by Dave Carley

Includes: Talk Thirty To Me by Oonagh DuncanA raw and funny look at a diverse group of 29-year-olds who are united by one pending horror—they are about to hit the Big 3-0. "Smart and entertaining." —NOW Magazine Offensive Shadows by Paul Dunn What happens when the two sleeping ... Read more

A Certain William

Edited by Leanore Lieblein

A collection of plays in English translation by some of Francophone Canada's most distinguished playwrights, chronicling their fraught and changing relationship with Shakespeare, these plays emerge from a context in which language is tied to both personal and political identity. ... Read more

A Foster Christmas

By Norm Foster

Ethan Claymore
It's a week before Christmas, and struggling egg farmer/artist Ethan Claymore meets a woman who could turn his life around. But things are shaken up when Ethan receives a visit from his estranged, and recently deceased, older brother.

Bob's Your Elf
An elf named ... Read more

A Terrible Truth Volume 2

Compiled by Irene N. Watts
Introduction by Adrienne Kertzer

We look to the theatre to illuminate, to challenge, and to bring spiritual understanding and consolation. Theatre, at its best, embraces, enlightens, entertains, and makes us question how we live and die. The plays in this anthology share a common thread, the triumph of theatre ... Read more

Aboriginal Drama and Theatre

Edited by Rob Appleford

Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available. The series publishes the work of scholars and critics who have traced the coming-into-prominence of a vibrant theatrical community in English ... Read more

Acting Out

Edited by Lynda Hill

"This collection is a chronicle of Theatre Direct's ever-evolving relationship to young people in Ontario. One can see as they read from beginning to end, how much has changed in thirty years. The world has changed, schools have changed, young people have changed… While the ... Read more

Adapt or Die

By Jason Sherman

The murder of a wealthy landowner leads to the arrest of his eldest son. A grieving widow matches wits with her late husband’s aggressive creditor. Family loyalties are severely tested over the fate of a beloved summer home. Factory workers kill a hated boss and connive to ... Read more

African-Canadian Theatre

Edited by Maureen Moynagh

Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available. The series publishes the work of scholars and critics who have traced the coming-into-prominence of a vibrant theatrical community in English ... Read more

Afrika, Solo

Edited by Ric Knowles

In Afrika Solo, Djanet Sears follows her roots back four hundred years to Africa to find a missing link. In a piece that changes time frames, sings, dances, and collides with pop-culture references, Sears explores home, heritage, and identity, in this fast-paced, potent play. ... Read more

Alone, On Stage

Edited by DD Kugler & Brian Quirt

Each of these scripts represents—uniquely—a pinnacle in meeting the distinct challenges of the solo performance form. Scripts that rise above perceived limits of the solo performance, to examine the surrounding human society. Includes:Alphonse by Wajdi Mouawad, translated ... Read more