This volume includes acclaimed playwright Bathsheba Doran's three plays about family, marriage and relationships. Kin sheds light on the changing face of kinship in the modern world; Parents Evening is a witty, perceptive exploration of the landlines of parenting in modern marriage; The Mystery of Love and Sex is an insightful, funny play that captures the headstrong swagger of twentysomethings.
About the Author
Bathsheba Doran is a British playwright living in New York City. She grew up in London and studied at Cambridge University. Doran's work has been developed by the O'Neill Playwriting Center, Lincoln Center, Manhattan Theatre Club and Sundance Theatre Lab, among others. She was nominated for a 2012 Writers Guild Award for her work on Boardwalk Empire.
CRITICS' PICK! 'Simply terrific. Perhaps the finest new play of the season. Funny and audacious, haunting, and exquisitely wrought.' Charles Isherwood, New York Times
'Raucous comedy, poignant emotion — Kin does all that and more, establishing Bathsheba Doran as a major talent. The ensemble delivers vividly memorable performances. You’ll fall in love.' Frank Scheck, New York Post