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Playwrights Canada Press


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Online-Service mit Zugang zu über 175 Theaterstücken von etablierten und aufstrebenden kanadischen Dramatikern aus dem Programm des 1984 von der Playwrights Guild of Canada gegründet Verlages Playwrights Canada Press. Die Sammlung umfasst Stücke von namhaften und preisgekrönten Autoren wie Daniel MacIvor, Hannah Moscovitch, Colleen Murphy, Yvette Nolan, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard, Jordan Tannahill und Judith Thompson.

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Bloomsbury Publishing

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Siehe auch: Drama Online

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The Playwrights Canada Press collection adds over 175 plays from established and emerging Canadian playwrights. The collection includes plays from notable and award-winning authors such as Daniel MacIvor, Hannah Moscovitch, Colleen Murphy, Yvette Nolan, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard, Jordan Tannahill, and Judith Thompson.

Playwrights Canada Press titles are taught in university and college drama and English courses, as well as in high-school classrooms across the globe. Their works have been produced to great acclaim on stage and have won a number of prestigious awards over the years including, the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama, the Windham-Campbell Prize, and the Siminovitch Prize.

Content Highlights

  • Lion in the Streets by Judith Thompson and Ric Knowles:
    One of Judith Thompson's most enduring plays, Lion in the Streets looks at those suffering from inner emotional turmoil
  • East of Berlin by Hannah Moscovitch:
    The son of a German expatriate flees his family and attempts to invent a new life, until the past catches up with him
  • The Monument by Colleen Wagner and Richard Rose:
    A searing exploration of the nature of forgiveness and a profound classic that examines the paradox of the soldier today, and the ambiguities of morality and justice
  • White Biting Dog by Judith Thompson:
    A poetic black comedy about a divorced lawyer who prepares to kill himself by jumping off the Bloor Street Viaduct, until he encounters a small dog who sets him on a different path
  • Bone Cage by Catherine Banks:
    A poetic and darkly humorous portrayal of life in rural Nova Scotia, where stripping the environment means stripping your soul
  • Almighty Voice and His Wife by Daniel David Moses and Yvette Nolan:
    A young couple woo and wed, but they're Cree and it is 1895, the first generation after the Riel Rebellion, and it's suddenly hard for the people who followed the buffalo to live happily ever after. What are they going to do? It's still a bit early to go into show business

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