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Plays that Break Boundaries
These plays tackle thought-provoking subjects, challenge societal norms, and offer insightful perspectives on human experiences. They often delve into scientific, philosophical, or ethical topics, presenting them in engaging and compelling narratives.
Classic Literary Works
Engage your mind and deepen your understanding of classic literature and drama with our meticulously curated playlist, featuring works like The Grapes of Wrath, Pride and Prejudice, Hamlet, The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, and more.
This playlist features the highest used content in this collection -- including Brighton Beach Memoirs, Tartuffe, Arcadia, Oedipus the King, Bordertown, and more.
The School for Scandal
Beware the gossips! Lady Sneerwell and her hireling Snake are certainly up to no good in this timeless send-up of hypocritical manners. Thanks to their scandal-mongering, the comely Lady Teazle must fend off the slanderous barbs that have caught the ear of her elderly husband―as well as every other gossip in London. What follows is a torrent of mistaken identities and sex-crazed scheming in which the upper classes have never looked so low class.
Meet Olga, Masha, and Irina, warm and cultured young sisters who were reared in the exciting hubbub of Moscow, but have been living in the dull, gossipy backwaters of Russia for far too long. With their father’s passing, and the ordinary grip of day-to-day life slowly suffocating them, the urge to return to the city with its rich and exciting life rises to a fever pitch. First performed in 1901, Three Sisters beautifully mixes humor and heartbreak and is a perennial favorite of actors and audiences alike.
Before Twilight and True Blood, only one vampire commanded “the children of the night.” In this bloodthirsty tale of unholy terror, Count Dracula slips into Victorian London with a cargo of his native Transylvanian soil - so he can rest between victims. The city seems helpless against his frightful power, and only one man, Dr. Van Helsing, can stop the carnage. But to do this, he must uncover the vampire’s lair and pierce his heart with a wooden stake.