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Signature Theater, the Off Broadway company that has historically mounted a season of plays, produced three of Wallace's plays in 2014–2015, including the world premiere of Night is a Room.[citation needed]


  • In The Heart of America
  • One Flea Spare
  • The Inland Sea
  • Slaughter City
  • The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek
  • The Girl Who Fell Through a Hole in Her Jumper (with Bruce E. J. McLeod; licensed under the title The Girl Who Fell Through a Hole in Her Jumper in the United States)
  • The War Boys
  • Things of Dry Hours
  • Birdy (an adaptation of William Wharton's novel)
  • The Fever Chart: Three Visions of the Middle East
  • Twenty One Positions: A Cartographic Dream of the Middle East (co-written with Lisa Schlesinger and AbdelFattah Abu Srour)
  • The Hard Weather Boating Party
  • One Short Sleepe
  • And I and Silence
  • The Liquid Plain
  • Night is a Room


  • Inside/Outside: Six Plays from Palestine and the Diaspora


  • To Dance A Stony Field (Peterloo Poets Press).



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