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Theatre Communications Group (US)

Theatre Communications Group (TCG) is the national organization for the American theatre. Based in New York, TCG is one of the largest independent publishers of dramatic literature in North America. In addition to publishing great plays, TCG is also the publisher of American Theatre magazine. TCG titles are available in Canada through Playwrights Canada Press.

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A Strange Loop

Usher is a black, queer writer, working a day job he hates while writing his original musical: a piece about a black, queer writer, working a day job he hates while writing his original musical. Michael ...

The Thanksgiving Play / What Would Crazy Horse Do?

In The Thanksgiving Play, a group of well-intentioned white teaching artists scramble to create an ambitious “woke” Thanksgiving pageant that also celebrates Native American Heritage Month. Amidst ...

What the Constitution Means to Me

When she was fifteen years old, Heidi Schreck earned money for her college tuition by giving speeches about the U. S. Constitution. Decades later, she traces the effect this document has had on four generations ...

Hoodwinked

Inspired by the tragic events of the Fort Hood massacre in 2009, Emily Mann's new documentary-style play uses first-person accounts to examine the response of a nation in a fear-driven political climate. ...

Everybody

Inspired by the 15th century morality play Everyman, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ new work follows Everybody (played by one of five actors selected by lottery at the beginning of each performance) as he ...

Three Sisters

After their father’s death, Olga, Masha, and Irina find life in their small Russian town stifling and hopeless. They long to return to Moscow, the bustling metropolis they left eleven years ago, but ...

The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures

Gus Marcantonio, a retired longshoreman, summons his adult children home to the family's Brooklyn brownstone to discuss his recent decision to commit suicide. With his trademark mix of soaring intellect, ...

Straight White Men / Untitled Feminist Show

Provocative playwright Young Jean Lee lends her shrewd perspective to this atypical take on the family drama. A father and his three sons unite and unravel, both aware of and undone by privilege and its ...

Until the Flood

In the gripping and revelatory Until the Flood, Dael Orlandersmith journeys into the heart and soul of modern-day America—confronting the powerful forces of history, race, and politics. Drawn from ...

He Brought Her Heart Back In A Box

In her first new work in a decade, Adrienne Kennedy journeys into Georgia and New York City in the 1940s to lay bare the devastating effects of segregation and its aftermath. The story of a doomed interracial ...