If you're looking to shake up the usual book club format, consider reading these plays as a way to make meet-ups more engaging.
Who was Shakespeare? Some people don't believe William Shakespeare wrote his plays. One reader investigates the leading theories.
To buy all the Shakespeare mugs or not to buy all the Shakespeare mugs, that is the question. Buy all the mugs--obviously.
Black British theatre is some of the best theatre out there! We need these compelling stories now more than ever, like Leave Taking by Winsome Pinnock.
A reader and theater lover takes a look at the history of stage to book adaptations and some recent examples you can add to your shelves.
In defense of the modern adaptation of classics.
We're recommending some excellent plays by an author of color or queer author, for the 2020 Read Harder Challenge. Take your seat and check them out!
Get a closer look at the origins of SWEENEY TODD, including its history and rumors surrounding the tale of the demon barber of Fleet Street.
To understand the culture and the themes of literature from the U.S. South, read one, or all, of the Southern plays on this list--and watch them if you can.
A reader and theatre lover shares three of their favorite Paula Vogel plays in honor of the playwright's HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE coming to Broadway.