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  1. Bunny (print)

    Bunny (print)

    $17.95

    Available November 2018

    From one of Canada’s boldest playwrights comes an intimate look into the sexual life of a young woman as she struggles with the power of her desires. When late puberty suddenly transformed Sorrel into a hot dork, boys want her and girls loathe her, and all at once she discovers the joys of sexuality and the pain of social rejection. But when she meets Maggie in college, she learns how to shed her inhibitions and become more truly herself.

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  2. Jonas and Barry in the Home (print)

    Jonas and Barry in the Home (print)

    $15.95

    Available October 23—pre-order now!

    Norm Foster’s quick wit is strong in this lighthearted buddy comedy about living life to the fullest. As new seniors’ home friends Jonas and Barry bicker and bond over women, sports, and family values, they must learn how to open up and face how to keep living their lives.

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  3. Linda Griffiths (print)

    Linda Griffiths (print)

    $25.00

    Available November 2018

    This collection of essays on the late Canadian playwright Linda Griffiths seeks to commemorate her impressive theatrical legacy by bringing together major scholars and theatre artists from across Canada to discuss her work.

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  4. Mistatim / Instant (print)

    Mistatim / Instant (print)

    $18.95

    Available October 2018

    In these two plays for young audiences, award-winning playwright Erin Shields presents the challenges of communication and friendship. In Mistatim, two eleven-year-olds strike up an unlikely friendship at the fence between one’s ranch and the other’s reservation. In Instant, three teens find out how far they’ll go in their quest to be seen and heard.

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  5. Mustard (print)

    Mustard (print)

    $17.95

    Available November 2018

    Mustard shouldn’t still be here, but he is. Imaginary friends don’t normally stay with their person until that person is a teenager. Imaginary friends don’t suddenly become visible to their person’s mom and then go on a date with them, either. This darkly comedic bedtime story by Canadian theatre’s indie darling Kat Sandler blurs imagination with reality in order to save a family from its own destruction.

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  6. New Canadian Kid / Invisible Kids, Second Edition (print)

    New Canadian Kid / Invisible Kids, Second Edition (print)

    $18.95

    Available October 2018

    Two of the most produced, popular, and important Canadian plays for young audiences are back in an updated edition. In New Canadian Kid, Nick has just moved to Canada from a country called Homeland, where he is forced to grapple with his fears of a new culture, language, and classmates. In Invisible Kids, a group of children from a variety of backgrounds discover playground politics when their Syrian refugee classmate is refused entry to the United States.

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  7. Quiver (print)

    Quiver (print)

    $17.95

    Available November 2018

    Shy fourteen-year-old Maddie wasn’t expecting to have to worry about taking care of herself just yet. Her sixteen-year-old party-girl sister Bea has scandalously moved in with her mom’s ex-boyfriend, and, in turn, their brassy mother Sheila has run straight to the comfort of another lover. Feeling abandoned and vulnerable, Maddie turns to her favourite superhero, Arrowette, and embarks on a radical new plan.

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  8. Refractions: Scenes (print)

    Refractions: Scenes (print)

    $21.95

    Available November 2018

    Refractions: Scenes is a collection of scenes from diverse contemporary works by Canadian playwrights that reflect the country’s artistic landscape through a breadth of themes, styles, cultures, regions, and creative practices.

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  9. The Flood (print)

    The Flood (print)

    $17.95

    Available October 30—pre-order now!

    In 1887, women were property and could be imprisoned for any reason. Jail was considered a place for the criminal, the disabled, the mentally ill, and the marginalized. Inspired by true accounts and the history of Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market, The Flood gives voice to the little-known stories of early female prisoners in Canada.

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  10. Theatre Passe Muraille: A Collective History

    Theatre Passe Muraille: A Collective History

    $29.95

    Available November 2018 — pre-order now!

    This collective history of the groundbreaking Toronto theatre is a scrapbook of memories, mistakes, and milestones. Learn More

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