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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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The Sound Inside

When Bella Baird, an isolated creative writing professor at Yale, begins to mentor a brilliant but enigmatic student, Christopher, the two form an unexpectedly intense bond. As their lives and the stories ...

Hillary And Clinton

In 2008, in an alternate universe where anything can happen, a woman named Hillary Clinton is running for president in the United States of America. Struggling in Iowa against her more charismatic opponent ...

Gloria: A Life

Five decades after Gloria Steinem began raising her voice for equality and championing the voices of others, she remains a lodestar for the American feminist movement. Emily Mann’s new play traces the ...

Gloria

With a sharp eye for the dark underbelly of human behavior, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ new play Gloria shrewdly depicts the declining, dog-eat-dog industry of publishing in New York City. As an unnamed ...

Merrily We Roll Along

Written almost forty years ago, Sondheim and Furth's much-beloved musical Merrily We Roll Along is published again after being out of print for two decades. The tale of a bigwig Hollywood producer and ...

If I Forget And Other Plays

Enchanting the Broadway theatre scene with the smash hit Dear Evan Hansen, Steven Levenson has quickly settled in as one of the major emerging voices in contemporary drama. In this new collection of plays, ...

Kung Fu

An invigorating depiction of international star Bruce Lee's journey from troubled youth to martial arts legend, David Henry Hwang's newest play blends dance, Chinese opera, martial arts and drama into ...

White Noise

Leo, Misha, Ralph, and Dawn are old friends. The two couples have a lot in common—good educations, progressive politics, a taste for culture. But when a racially motivated incident with the cops leaves ...

Fairview

An astounding new play about race and power in America, explored through the lens of a family drama. Grandma's birthday approaches. Beverly is organizing the perfect dinner, but everything seems doomed ...

The Kilroys List, Vol. 2

Foreword by Lynn Nottage
Edited by The Kilroys

The Kilroys are back with a new collection of 67 monologues and scenes by female and trans playwrights. The second volume includes a monologue or scene from each play from the 2016 version of The List ...