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  1. Book ImageOresteia

    Aeschylus, Joshua Billings, Oliver Taplin

    “This vivid and accessible translation captures the drama of Aeschylus’ poetry and the excitement of the action in performance.” —VICTORIA WOHL, University of Toronto

    “This critical edition provides a lavish and fulsome picture of ancient Greek tragedy’s most significant surviving document.” —JOHANNA HANINK, Brown University


  2. Book ImageThe Dybbuk: A Play in Four Acts

    S. Ansky, Henry G. Alsberg, Winifred Katzin, Et Al.

    “Ansky’s The Dybbuk is a wonderful play. It is pleasant to be reminded of its dark grandeur again. . . . All the wonder, faith, piety and terror of the story are woven into [the] last act as if it were a religious tapestry.” —Brooks AtkinsonMore

  3. Book ImageThe Story of the Iliad: A Dramatic Retelling of Homer’s Epic and the Last Days of Troy

    Simon Armitage

    Award-winning poet Simon Armitage dramatizes the story of Troy, animating this classic epic for a new generation of readers.More

  4. Book ImageThe Complete Works of Isaac Babel

    Isaac Babel, Nathalie Babel, Peter Constantine, Et Al.

    "A celebration of literary genius framed by 20th-century tragedy."--Richard Bernstein, New York TimesMore

  5. Book ImageEnglish Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology

    David Bevington, Lars Engle, Katharine Eisaman Maus, Et Al.

    The most extensive new collection in this field published in more than three decades, English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology surveys the astonishing, and astonishingly varied, dramatic works written and performed in Elizabethan and Jacobean England.More

  6. Book ImageHamlet: Screenplay, Introduction and Film Diary

    Kenneth Branagh, William Shakespeare, Russell Jackson, Et Al.

    The tie-in book to the latest Shakespearean film by Kenneth Branagh, whose Henry V and Much Ado About Nothing were huge critical and popular successes.More

  7. Book ImageRevolution as Theatre

    Robert Brustein

    Revolution as Theatre reflects the deep concern of a brilliant and disciplined mind confronted with the spectre of "clenched minds and clenched fists."More

  8. Book ImageGeorg Büchner: The Major Works

    Georg Büchner, Henry Schmidt, Matthew Wilson Smith

    Few writers have transformed literature and theater so dramatically. Based on Henry J. Schmidt’s translations of The Hessian Messenger, Danton’s Death, Lenz, Leonce and Lena, and Woyzeck.More

  9. Book ImageI Will Be Cleopatra: An Actress's Journey

    Zoe Caldwell

    An affecting, inspiring memoir, I Will Be Cleopatra serves as an indispensable guide for any reader who wishes to gain a clearer insight into Shakespearean theater, and will be one of the most vital books for actors and theater lovers for years to come.More

  10. Book ImageEight Modern Plays

    Anthony Caputi

    This Norton Critical Edition presents some of the most important voices in modern drama and, through the inclusion of supporting materials, places each play in its proper intellectual, artistic, and historical context.More

  11. Book ImageAnton Chekhov's Selected Plays

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    Anton Chekhov revolutionized Russian theater through his inimitable portrayals of characters faced with complex moral dilemmas.More

  12. Book ImageThree Sisters

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    “Senelick’s accomplishment is astounding.”—Library JournalMore

  13. Book ImageThe Cherry Orchard

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    “Senelick’s accomplishment is astounding.”—Library JournalMore

  14. Book ImageThe Seagull

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    “Senelick’s accomplishment is astounding.”—Library JournalMore

  15. Book ImageThe Complete Plays

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    "The most complete collection of the Russian playwright's repertoire."—VogueMore

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