The Best Plays of 2014
Comical, offbeat, poignant, and fresh, The Best Plays of 2014 presents six of the most original plays of the year in a single volume - selected by renowned editor Lawrence Harbison. · The Country House, a comedy about a deeply dramatic family, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies. · Dinner with the Boys, an offbeat, dark comedy by Dan Lauria about some old-time wise guys who want to have a good Italian meal and a few laughs - and tie up some loose ends before dessert. · Mala Hierba by Tanya Saracho, inspired by Latin American culture, which pits human yearnings against the power of culturally predetermined obligations. · Based on real events, Our Lady of Kibeho by Katori Hall was hailed as the most important new play of the year! by Terry Teachout of The Wall Street Journal. · When January Feels Like Summer by Cori Thomas presents five lives colliding as a feeling of change hums in the air during one strangely warm winter in Central Harlem. · Year of the Rooster (New York Times Critics' Pick) by Eric Dufault a fiercely comic play about cockfighting, connections, and clawing your way to the top.