THE STORY: In this transcendently powerful new adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, Anne Frank emerges from history a living, lyrical, intensely gifted young girl, who confronts her rapidly changing life and the increasing horror of her time with astonis
The lively sequel to The Curious Savage , one of the most beloved and widely performed plays of the modern theatre. All the wonderful, zany characters of the original play are together again and involved in a delightful new series of hilarious misad
THE STORIES: HIGH SIGN. This is a play about a search for personal identity by seeking out the identity of God. It takes place in Al's Gayway Bar, a refuge for derelicts. Guido, agnostic and a broken down self-styled actor, works here, performing s
THE STORY: Roy and Irma have been married for twenty-five years. They have two children. They live in the heartland. They're respected members of their church and their community. When Roy and Irma go to their pastor for marriage counseling, Roy co
In Metamorphosis, Gregor Samsa, a travelling salesman by trade, awakens one morning to find his body has mutated into that of a repulsive bug. Outwardly a monstrous insect, only his thought processes remain human. Whilst his family grow accustomed to supporting themselves without his once essential income, Gregor's suffering becomes ever more pronounced as he witnesses the corruption of their former dependence on him. This volume also includes a number of other short stories by Kafka, all newly translated.
THE STORY: When Jane Shaw, a young teacher, arrives to spend the summer at the beach house inherited from her aunt, she finds that her neighbors (four slightly pixilated widows) have agreed to sell their land to a dashing real estate operator--and
THE STORY: Drenched in the magic and mystery of the Kabbala, THE GOLEM retells the legend of a sixteenth-century Rabbi in Prague who defies God when he molds and animates a huge clay figure to defend the Jewish community from attack. Written in Yid
THE STORY: Described by the author as the waking and sleeping dreams of Paul Hogan, the son, on a Sunday afternoon, the play is comprised of flashbacks and fantasies that illuminate the steady disintegration of a family dogged by the father's gro