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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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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 ...

Trouble in Mind

Ahead of its time, Trouble in Mind, written in 1955, follows the rehearsal process of an anti-lynching play preparing for its Broadway debut. When Wiletta, a Black actress and veteran of the stage, challenges ...

Staging Story

“With a no-nonsense and blessedly candid approach, Bob Moss and Wendy Dann have written not only an indispensable practicum for the young director, but also a delightful refresher course for the working ...

Is God Is / What to Send Up When It Goes Down

An explosive epic that examines the cyclical nature of violence, Is God Is follows twin sisters who undertake a dangerous journey to exact revenge upon their father at the behest of their dying mother. ...

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, ...

The Minutes

Beneath the deadpan back-and-forth of a seemingly typical city council board meeting lies the whiff of something distinctly sinister in Tracy Letts’s new play The Minutes. Known for his keen ability ...

Eurydice

A reimagining of the classic myth of Orpheus through the eyes of its heroine. Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice journeys to the underworld, where she reunites with her beloved father and struggles ...

Mlima's Tale

Continuing in her tradition of crafting thought-provoking, socially conscious dramas, Lynn Nottage’s play tells the story of Mlima, an elephant struck down by poachers for his magnificent tusks. Beginning ...

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 ...