A Stage Play by William Wilczak
Anne-Josèphe: A Stage Play brings to life the historic Anne-Josèphe Théroigne de Méricourt, a commonly overlooked revolutionary who fought for liberty and equality for women during the French Revolution. Bold and passionate about effecting change, ...
Behind the Damage
by Nadia Affolter
When 22-year-old Shawn gets fired from his job at a Toronto magazine, he decides to go undercover as a homeless person in hopes to earn the professional success he craves. Shawn takes to living on the streets to write a first-hand exposé about the ...
Finding Joy after Sorrow
The Collected Works of Beth Carol Solomon by Beth Carol Solomon
In her collected works, Finding Joy After Sorrow, author Beth Carol Solomon explores the impact people have on one another and the courage it takes to overcome adversity. This rerelease of the author’s Collected Works—originally published in ...
When Life Gives You Risk, Make Risk Theatre
Three Tragedies and Six Essays by Edwin Wong, Gabriel Jason Dean and Nicholas Dunn & Emily McClain
Creators, Innovators, and Theatremakers: Defy the Smallness of the Stage With the Greatness of Your Daring Wong’s first book upended tragic literary theory by arguing that risk is the dramatic fulcrum of the action. It also launched an ...
by Syd Neben
In the tale of Hamlet, Horatio is recorded as a loyal friend, but what if he were more? What if he filled Hamlet’s heart and dreams? And Hamlet filled his? This modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, told through Horatio’s eyes is much more than ...
Paris of the Pacific Northwest
Eleven Stories and a Play by Kempton Dexter
Paris of the Pacific Northwest will appeal to a wide range of readers, especially those who enjoy the short story genre. This collection of eleven stories and a play are quick and clever reads. Collectively, the works are bound by themes of the ...
by Perri Black
Married to a successful man, Megan's world crashes when her husband finds out she has been having an affair with a woman.
What Is Shakespeare?
by Ted van Griethuysen
At the heart of this book written by the renowned American actor, Ted van Griethuysen, is a fundamental idea: Shakespeare is only what he says and how he says it. How he says it, of course, is poetry, and what poetry is, why we need it, is central ...
The Soul Doctrine
by John Baptiste
Joe Thomas wants to follow in his father’s footsteps as a Baptist pastor, but finds minefields in controlling his fleshly passions and struggles to follow the path into spiritual maturity. Follow Joe’s journey through high school, learning to be a ...
Voice of the Ancients: Against All Odds
by Cha Rnacircle
Listen as I tell you what the voices of the ancients say, they keep whispering to me... the story continues in Beringia where the Arctic Ocean meets the Bering Sea. During the ice age twenty thousand years ago, ice formed over the land which ...