This play by Spanish playwright, Pedro Calderon de la Baca aims to teach the religious and philosophical thought that the world that we know through our senses is a mere shadow of the only reality that is to be found in the invisible and the eternal. Download it now!
Written by English dramatist William Congreve as a response to an earlier popular play (Love for Money), the Restoration Period writer was best known for using the stage to comment upon an increasingly complex society and class structure that often seemed frivolous to him. Download it today!
Four years ago, Drago gave up a successful career as an investment banker to publish a chain of small community newspapers in and around the city of Boston. It was the first big active change of his adult life, but there was to be a bigger transition on the horizon. Now turning 40 and finding it impossible to live the yuppie lifestyle that his money granted him access to, Drago becomes...
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!
The story of a guy and his best friend getting involved with a new friendship. Jen and Ray are friends, but Ray meets a girl he's been seeing all over the place. The take a wild trip, and things suddenly begin to go wrong. Too many people involved and not enough time to get things together. An old tale of 'Live Hard and Die Hard'.
The extensive commentary in this play touches on matters of all types, but its focus in particular is on the realities of daily life in classical Athens. It also examines the practical problems of staging. Its substantial introduction includes essays on Aristophanes' early career, Greek world politics in the late 420's, and the Playwright's views on theology. Download it now!