George Bernard Shaw's witty comedy of manners, Pygmalion includes an introduction by Nicholas Grene in Penguin Classics.
Pygmalion both delighted and scandalized its first audiences in 1914. A brilliantly witty rewo ...Quick View
Two plays by Declan Hughes, writer in residence with the Dublin theatre company Rough Magic. "Digging for Fire" was staged by Rough Magic in Dublin in 1992, and "New Morning" at the Bush Theatre, London, in 1993. Hughes' ...Quick View
Adapted for the stage from the best-selling memoir, The Speckled People tells a profoundly moving story of a young boy trapped in a language war. Set in 1950s Ireland, this is a gripping, poignant, and at times very funn ...Quick View
St Patrick's Day, or, The Scheming Lieutenant is an 18th century play by Irish playwright and poet Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751–1816), first performed on 2 May 1775 at Covent Gardens. It is said to have completed by ...Quick View
10 Mar 2005 - Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press
Three women (mistress, wife, and daughter) uncover their passion for the same man and confront the ways that love can simultaneously liberate and entrap. This lyrical and captivating drama weaves together their stories t ...Quick View
A beguiling memory play of such subtle and elusive beauty, you feel it might disintegrate if you were to put your finger on it. But the action forms a delicate tissue of loss and regret as the bewitching Hazel causes Mr ...Quick View