Friday, 21 April 2017

Welcome to Paradise...

Patti Flather's Paradise is out now! This one will hit you in all the feels. After a traumatic assault in Central America, Rachel returns home, but it isn't the reprieve she expected...

Grab your copy now.

Also! Have you ~seen~ our Fall 2017 catalogue? We're pretty excited.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

BREAKING: Prime Minister Joe Clark has to make a big decision

Michael Healey's fast-paced political comedy 1979 is here!

In December 1979, Clark's minority Progressive Conservative government is under threat of dissolution before it has a chance to accomplish anything — even pass a budget. Can he save his government in time?

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Thursday, 23 March 2017

THIS JUST IN:

Cliff Cardinal's book of his two gritty, powerful solo plays huff and Stitch is here!

In huff, three brothers are trying to cope with their father's abusive whims and their mother's suicide.

In Stitch, a single mom is trying to make a living as a porn star while dreaming of being on the big screen.

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

3...2...1...

Norm Foster's Skin Flick is here! 

A lighthearted comedy told from the perspective of Rollie, Skin Flick puts a steamy spotlight on a group of innocent people navigating the world of pornography.

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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Knock knock...

Kat Sandler's hilarious tragicomedy Punch Up is now available!

The Most Pathetic Guy Ever kidnaps the Funniest Man Alive to make the Saddest Girl in the World laugh.

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Monday, 13 February 2017

Happy Valentine's Day!

From acclaimed author Hannah Moscovitch comes Infinity, a haunting, candid ode to the nature of time and love as two parallel stories unfold in unexpected ways. Out now!

Monday, 6 February 2017

Hot off the press!

Marie Beath Badian's The Making of St. Jerome is just in, hot off the press! The play is based on a true story of a young Filipino boy who was unjustly shot by a plainclothes police officer in Toronto. Told from the perspective of his older brother, The Making of St. Jerome is a poignant look at the aftermath of an untimely death, the media's role in the truth, and one family's attempt to reconcile a haunting reality.