An elegant and touching portrait, the last play written by Greek tragedian, Sophocles, focuses on the challenges faced by the wandering blind king Oedipus, approaching his end with a tranquility earned through a lifetime of suffering for his unwitting sins. Download it now!
A three-act comedy by Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw, that provides the audience with a comical view of how our concerns about what others think about us can evolve into a prison-like environment. Download it today!
Considered to be one of Ibsen`s greatest theatrical successes above all in German theaters, Pillars of Society are said to have been staged at no fewer than 27 theaters in Germany and Austria by the end of 1878! Download it now!
Download this FREE e-Book version of French dramatist, Edmond Rostand's classic drama, Cyrano de Bergerac, that presents a complex hero in the tradition of both the swashbuckling adventurer, and the sensitive, more modern inquisitive thinker. Cursed with ugliness, but blessed with sublime wit and...
A powerful psychological drama by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen, that exposes the hypocrisy of social conventions through the events in the life of Mrs. Helen Alving--a Captain's widow who is haunted by her husband's infidelities and the disease that he has passed on to their son. Download...
Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw responded to the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia with this grotesque, one-act farce, in which he spoke out very determinedly for the use of violent methods to transform society. Download it today!