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  1. Infinity (print)

    Infinity (print)

    $17.95

    From acclaimed author Hannah Moscovitch comes Infinity, a haunting, candid ode to the nature of time and love as two parallel stories unfold in unexpected ways.

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  2. Infinity (ebook)

    Infinity (ebook)

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    From acclaimed author Hannah Moscovitch comes Infinity, a haunting, candid ode to the nature of time and love as two parallel stories unfold in unexpected ways.

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  3. Indian Arm (print)

    Indian Arm (print)

    $17.95

    Winner of the 2015 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Original Script

    In this modern adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf, award-winning author Hiro Kanagawa explores the uneasy intersection of privilege and birthright.

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  4. Indian Arm (ebook)

    Indian Arm (ebook)

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    Winner of the 2015 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Original Script

    In this modern adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf, award-winning author Hiro Kanagawa explores the uneasy intersection of privilege and birthright.

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  5. In Spirit (print)

    In Spirit (print)

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    Available October 2017

    In an intimate, loving approach to the tragic subject of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, the acclaimed author of Dreary and Izzy shines a light on the haunting tale of a preteen’s last moments.

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  6. Ignite: Illuminating Theatre for Young People (print)

    Ignite: Illuminating Theatre for Young People (print)

    $22.95

    A groundbreaking new collection, Ignite: Illuminating Theatre for Young People gathers three plays for young audiences that feature “messy” and complicated creation processes: The Middle Place by Andrew Kushnir, verbatim theatre created from interview transcripts with shelter youth; And by the way, Miss . . . by URGE with the Ensemble, devised theatre created by women developed through workshops with girls, and made for exclusively girl audiences; and Beneath the Ice by Eva Colmers, a location-specific, cross-cultural piece that was enriched by Southerner and Northerner encounters in Canada. Learn More

  7. If We Were Birds (print)

    If We Were Birds (print)

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    When King Pandion marries his daughter Procne off to war hero King Tereus, she must leave her beloved sister Philomela behind. After years of isolation in a foreign land, Procne begs Tereus to collect her sister for a visit. But when Tereus is confronted with Philomela’s beauty, his desire triumphs over reason, igniting a chain of horrific events. A harrowing exploration of violence and revenge, this adaptation features a chorus of ravaged women, each a survivor of a twentieth-century conflict: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Nanking, and Berlin. Learn More
  8. If We Were Birds (ebook)

    If We Were Birds (ebook)

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    When King Pandion marries his daughter Procne off to war hero King Tereus, she must leave her beloved sister Philomela behind. After years of isolation in a foreign land, Procne begs Tereus to collect her sister for a visit. But when Tereus is confronted with Philomela’s beauty, his desire triumphs over reason, igniting a chain of horrific events. A harrowing exploration of violence and revenge, this adaptation features a chorus of ravaged women, each a survivor of a twentieth-century conflict: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Nanking, and Berlin. Learn More
  9. Identifying Mavor Moore (print)

    Identifying Mavor Moore (print)

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    A Historical and Literary Study
    A cultural giant, Mavor Moore has had a hand in some of the greatest achievements in building Canada’s theatrical identity, and yet he is relatively unkown to the Canadian theatre community. Learn More
  10. Identifying Mavor Moore (ebook)

    Identifying Mavor Moore (ebook)

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    A Historical and Literary Study
    A cultural giant, Mavor Moore has had a hand in some of the greatest achievements in building Canada’s theatrical identity, and yet he is relatively unkown to the Canadian theatre community. Learn More

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