New Titles of the Month: April Edition

Introducing our latest releases, hot off the presses and ready for your stage! Dive into the newest offerings from Broadway Licensing Global!

The Shark Is Broken, written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon

The first summer blockbuster movie is being filmed—but no one working on the film would know it. Dive deep into the tumultuous, murky waters of the making of a major motion picture with testy, feuding costars, unpredictable weather, and a shark prop whose constant breakdowns are looking like an omen for the future of the movie. In this comedy co-written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon, the short tempers of Jaws stars Robert Shaw (father of co-writer Ian), Richard Dreyfuss, and Roy Scheider take center stage as they bond, argue, drink, gamble, and pray for an end to the shoot, not knowing it will change their lives forever.

Night and Day by Tom Stoppard

In the fictional, copper-rich African nation of Kambawe, corruption, ethical malpractice, and marital infidelity are abound. And the press intends to report on it. When Dick Wagner of the Sunday Globe and a competing freelance journalist arrive at the jungle home of a white mine owner, they are soon competing for the use of their host’s telex, the attentions of his wife, and a possible interview with the missing president of Kambawe.

Georgiana and Kitty: Christmas at Pemberley by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon

The third and final play in the Pemberley trilogy which, continues the stories begun in Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice. (Miss Bennet: Christmas at PemberleyThe Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley)

Georgiana Darcy is an accomplished pianist but wary of romance. Kitty Bennet is a bright-eyed optimist and a perfect best friend. After years of being overshadowed by their older siblings, these two younger sisters are ready for their own adventures in life and love, starting with the arrival of an admirer and secret correspondent. Meddlesome families and out-moded expectations won’t stop these determined friends from forging their own way in a holiday tale filled with music, ambition, sisterhood, and forgiveness.

Lottery Day by Ike Holter

The final play in Ike Holter’s Rightlynd saga. LOTTERY DAY finds the matriarch of the neighborhood, Mallory, throwing a blowout party that brings together many of the characters from previous plays in the series. As Mallory reveals that her newly created holiday, Lottery Day, is the cause for celebration, the group discovers that their ties to each other, the community they love, and even their own morals get tested in ways that they could never expect: What is the price of gentrification? What is the price of letting go? And does everyone have a price?

Flex by Candrice Jones

The pressure is on for the 1998 Lady Train high school basketball team—on top of a battle to bring home the championship trophy, it is also college scouting season. But the team’s performance on the court is tested as it ruptures under the weight of its own infighting, and the once-tight players begin to focus on their individual futures. What does it mean to be a Black girl on the brink of freedom and womanhood in a small town in the South? Does honoring your own wants mean sacrificing your friends, family, and team? This funny and frank play about getting a full-court press from life will have audiences cheering.

Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph

Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together.

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