The 100 most recently added plays and related materials.
- Wheelchair: a playGet This Now!
- Until the flood: a new play based on interviews conducted in St. Louis in the spring of 2015Get This Now!
Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith's UNTIL THE FLOOD was written in response to Michael Brown's death. Having interviewed scores of St. Louis residents. Orlandersmith …more
- Ultimate beauty bibleGet This Now!
Danielle, Lee, and Tiffany have scaled the masthead of Crimp magazine, gaining access to the best the city has to offer--nightlife, men, and the beautiful baubles showcased in…more
- Sisters on the groundGet This Now!
"Massachusetts, 1825. Martha was buried by all six of her sisters, including me. That spring, we started sleeping outdoors. We didn't go back inside. What with Papa. Harriet g…more
- Office hourGet This Now!
"Gina was warned that one of her students would be a problem. Eighteen years old and strikingly odd, Dennis writes violently obscene work clearly intended to unsettle those ar…more
- The immeasurable want of lightGet This Now!
- FirefliesGet This Now!
Retired schoolteacher Eleanor Bannister lives a quiet life alone in tiny groverdell, Texas, set in her routines and secure in her position as the town's most respected woman--…more
- The integration of faith and learning among collegiate theatre artists: a hermeneutical phenomenological studyGet This Now!
- The prodigal daughter of KoreaGet This Now!
When Mina's father dies, she returns to Korea to visit a family she barely knows, desperately looking for some answers. But her mother is reluctant to discuss the past, especi…more
- The glove thiefGet This Now!
The year is 1569, and in a cold, stone room in a Staffordshire castle, a group of women sew elaborate tapestries. Rich or poor, at home or held against their will, four women'…more
- Botticelli in the fire ; & Sunday in SodomGet This Now!
"Award-winning playwright Jordan Tannahill is back with modern-day queer and feminist retellings of two momentous events one historic, one mythic. Botticelli in the Fire imagi…more
- The right road to PontypoolGet This Now!
"Moishe Yukle Bernstein was a poor pedlar who bought land near Pontypool, Ontario, a tiny Protestant town outside Toronto. The spot became a summer getaway for Jewish garment …more