Each of these Drama books has received at least one award nomination. They are ranked by honors received.
Alison is thirteen. Her mother has recently died; her Dad has just bought a house in the North 300 miles away from the world she knows. She is determined to dislike the rambling old Coal House. There is a disturbing presence around the house. When Alison and her father discover the secret of the stalker in the woods, they become a link in an unsolved mystery and become more closely bound to Coal House and to each other.
Samuel Beckett has become the standard work on the enigmatic, controversial, and Nobel Prize-winning creator of such contributions to 20th-century theater as Waiting for Godot and Endgame.
In these three plays, the author brilliantly recasts traditional traditional forms to capture the essence of the lives of black people.