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7 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 7 new plays:

The Canterbury Tales: Love and Marriage by Reiner Prochaska from the tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Fit for a Queen by Betty Shamieh
I’ll Take Romance by Edwin Sánchez
The Lady from Maxim’s by Georges Feydeau, translated by Laurence Senelick
Mississippi Goddamn by Jonathan Norton
Pulp by Joseph Zettelmaier
Who’s Holiday! by Matthew Lombardo

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Broadway Review: An ANGELS IN AMERICA That Soars on the Breath of Life

Marianne Elliott’s London-born production of Tony Kushner’s masterwork is blazingly reimagined with a cast including Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.
Source: New York Times Review: An “Angels in America” That Soars on the Breath of Life

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8 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 8 new plays:

Catch the Butcher by Adam Seidel
The Complete History of Comedy (abridged) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor
Day of the Dog by Daniel Damiano
La Bella Familia by Edwin Sánchez
Leonce und Lena by Georg Büchner, adapted by Sean Graney
The Little Monsters by Alan Bowne
Paradise Street by Constance Congdon
Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith by Yussef El Guindi

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Shakespeare’s LONG LOST FIRST PLAY

Check out the piece in American Theatre on WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S LONG LOST FIRST PLAY (abridged) by the merry bards of BPPI, Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor, available soon from the BPPI website.
Dueling-Fairy Fan Fiction From the Reduced Shakespeare Company

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Happy Birthday, Frankenstein!

Young Mary Shelley by Esao Andrews
2018 is the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, and although calling anything an “immortal creation” sounds like a cliché it seems uniquely apt in this case. Shelley tapped into something fundamental, fusing elements of the ancient Greek myth of Prometheus and John Milton’s early-modern epic Paradise Lost with 18th-century enlightenment thinking, 19th-century romantic poetry, and then-contemporary ideas about natural philosophy and scientific thought. Shelley wrote it on a dare, and what she thought was a ghost story became instead what some argue is one of the…

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6 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 6 new plays:
Cocaine & Underpants by Alan Bowne
Illyria by Richard Nelson
The Orange Grove by Tom Jacobson
Paloma by Anne García-Romero
Transatlantica by Kenny Finkle
Walking to Buchenwald by Tom Jacobson

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7 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 7 new plays:
Cowbird by Julie Marie Myatt
Death Sings in the Shadows by Bryan Stubbles
Morticians in Love by Christi Stewart-Brown
Raw Bacon from Poland by Christina Masciotti
Social Security by Christina Masciotti
Unseamly by Oren Safdie
Wolf in the Rivera by Adam Rapp

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Arabs and Muslims Onstage: Can We Unpack Our Baggage?

Check out BPPI playwright Yussef El Guindi’s thoughtful piece in the new issue of American Theatre.

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8 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 8 new plays:

Charlotte and Other Plays by José Rivera
Filumena Marturano by Eduardo De Filippo, English version by Eric Bentley
From Marriage to Divorce: Five One-Act Farces of Marital Discord by Georges Feydeau, translated from the French by Laurence Senelick
Incendiary by Adam Szymkowicz
#nyc by Kyle Warren
Once upon a Bride There was a Forest by Kristen Palmer
Orwell in America by Joe Sutton
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, adapted by Christopher Baker

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8 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 8 new plays:

Abraham Zobell’s Home Movie: Final Reel… by Len Jenkin
Adult by Christina Masciotti
Antigone by Sophocles, adapted by Gregory Mosher
Captain of the Bible Quiz Team by Tom Jacobson
Farewell to the Theatre by Richard Nelson
Fathers and Sons by Michael Bradford
Firepower by Kermit Frazier
Gunpowder Joe by Anthony Clarvoe

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