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Theater *: Journal Titles

This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the areas of theater and drama.

Journals (Selected Titles)

Back Stage
lists the latest movie casting calls and acting auditions as well as acting jobs. Your most comprehensive resource for open casting calls."

Contemporary Theatre Review
"Contemporary Theatre Review (CTR) analyses what is most passionate and vital in theatre today. It encompasses a wide variety of theatres, from new playwrights and devisors to theatres of movement, image and other forms of physical expression, from new acting methods to music theatre and multi-media production work..."

The Journal of American Drama and Theatre
"The widely acclaimed journal devoted solely to drama and theatre in the USA - past and present. Provocative, thoughtful articles by the leading scholars of our time providing valuable insight and information on the heritage of American theatre, as well as its continuing contribution to world literature and the performing arts."

Live Design
"Live Design is the must-read creative and technical journal for live entertainment professionals in lighting, sound, staging, and projection. Each issue provides designers, programmers, and technicians with tips and trends, news and reviews of the latest gear, reports from the field, and industry viewpoint and commentary. From concerts to theatre, houses of worship to clubs, theme parks to corporate events, Live Design is your one stop resource for live event production technology."

Theatre Forum
"TheatreForum is an international theatre journal. Since 1992, TheatreForum has documented and discussed the work of innovative theatre artists in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. Our focus is on new performance works that reflect contemporary sensibilities and articulate new concepts and forms. Each issue includes at least two previously unpublished scripts, dozens of photographs, and a variety of articles and interviews written by both scholars and artists."