Paradise is Closing Down and Other Plays - includes God's Forgotten & Panorama
Percy Mtwa & Mbongeni Ngema & Barney Simon
The classic satire about what would happen if the Second Coming of Christ occurred in South Africa Originally produced at the Market Theatre, Johannesburg, then under the legendary direction of Barney Simon...
Elesin Oba, the King's Horseman, has a single destiny. When the King dies, he must commit ritual suicide and lead his King's favourite horse and dog through the passage to the world of the ancestors. A Briti...
Janet Suzman from Chekhov
A stirring new version of The Cherry Orchard set in post-apartheid South Africa This powerful version of Chekhov's famous drama of disillusionment is set in rural South Africa on a farm producing cherry...
Eric L. Wilson
6 Male 0 Female
This collage of monologues, songs, and dance speaks of the power of African-American manhood The piece is driven by the rhythm of the drum, transforming this rhythm from the tribal call all the way to h...
With its mix of magnificent puppets, live actors, captivating costumes and evocative music, video projection and dance, Tall Horse has enchanted theatregoers world wide This book includes the playscript of ...
Faber & Faber
A play which tells a gentle story of how the generations cope with the end of apartheid in South Africa. A young women wants to leave home to begin to lead her own life, but her grandfather takes this as an ...
Wole Soyinka - Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature
This chronicles the debauched rule of General Basha Bash who takes power in a coup and exchanges his general's uniform for a robe and crown In the manner of Jarry's Ubu Roi, this is a ferocious, crackpot sa...
First US Edition -with d/j
Kathy Perkins & Roberta Uno - eds
This anthology crosses between women's studies, ethnic studies, and literature, compiling plays written by contemporary women of color It provides many diverse voices and theatrical approaches and proves bo...
Winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize A rain forest bar and brothel in the brutally war-torn Congo is the setting for Lynn Nottage's extraordinary play The establishment's shrewd matriarch, Mama Nadi, keeps pe...
Marching for Fausa was premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 1993 and deals with political corruption in the Federal Republic of Songhai, a fictional country on the west coast of Africa. A young j...
Langston Hughes & Zora Neale Hurston
This volume tells the story of the play's conception and inspiration and gives complete details of the irreparable rift in Hurston and Hughes's friendship that came about because of it Mule Bone is the ...
Samuel French Inc
2 Male 1 Female
Two Black scavengers emerge from the underbrush loaded with their total possessions the makings of a shack and a battery of pots and pans but nothing to cook in them. They are the dregs of society, the stepp...
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