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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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Letters from Max, a play by Sarah Ruhl

A profound and resonant tribute to the power of writing to make meaning in tragic circumstances.

This theatrical ritual, adapted from Ruhl’s 2018 epistolary book Letters from Max: A Poet, a Teacher, ...

The Fever

A scorching one-man tour of guilt, privilege, and moral awakening.

First performed by the author himself at the posh apartments of his Hollywood and literary friends, Wallace Shawn’s The Fever is also ...

English / Wish You Were Here

Two breakout plays by an Iranian-American playwright that examine the human costs of migration, both for those who leave their home country and for those who stay.

Sanaz Toossi’s English is a comic ...

A Doll's House

Adapted by Amy Herzog

A searing minimalist adaptation of Ibsen’s classic drama by one of America’s greatest contemporary playwrights.

rafted for Jamie Lloyd’s stripped-down Broadway production starring Jessica Chastain, ...

The Comeuppance

A hauntingly surreal play that plumbs the depths of a group of close friends reuniting for the first time in decades.

wenty years after graduating from a Catholic academy in Washington, DC, a group of ...

Ain’t No Mo’

An uproarious play comprised of vignettes that deftly satirize post-“post-racial” America.

Jordan E. Cooper’s Ain’t No Mo’ is a hilarious satirical odyssey that needles post-Obama racial realities ...


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 ...

Public Obscenities

A complex and compelling bilingual play that examines the intersections of queerness and Indian-American identity.

hen Indian-American graduate student Choton travels from the U.S. to his family’s home ...

Really and Other Plays

A collection of sharp, innovative plays by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of Fairview.

Jackie Sibblies Drury has established herself as a bold and formally innovative writer whose work upends expectations ...


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. ...