American Theatre magazine is the nation’s only general-circulation magazine devoted to theatre. Founded in 1984 by the pioneering arts service organization Theatre Communications Group, the magazine featured cowboy-hatted playwright Sam Shepard on its first cover in April of that year. Published 10 times a year, the magazine now has an estimated readership of 50,000, mostly within the theatre profession. A subscription is required for online viewing. Student subscriptions are only $15.00!
Etudes is, as the masthead tells you, an online theatre and performance studies journal for emerging scholars.
What does that mean, "emerging scholars?" From what are we emerging? Into what? What exactly defines one as having emerged?
What a journal for emerging scholars means for us is that it is a place to try things, to study, to dangle toes in the shallows or cannonball into the deep end. But mostly, it's a place that celebrates those voices that haven't yet received their desired level of amplification.
Published quarterly for over 50 years, TD&T offers insight on scenography, architecture, technology, and all aspects of the Entertainment Design and Technology world.
The scholarly journal of the American Alliance for Theatre & Education is a juried publication, dedicated to advancing the study and practice of theatre and drama with, for, and by people of all ages. It is concerned with all forms of scholarship of the highest quality that inform the fields of theatre for young audiences and drama/theatre education.
Youth Theatre Journal is published twice a year by Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group. All domestic AATE members receive a complimentary subscription to the Youth Theatre Journal, including mailed copies of the journal and online access to archived issues.
Non-members and others wishing to subscribe to Youth Theatre Journal should contact Sarah Sidoti at email@example.com.
Incite/Insight is an interactive online publication space for theatre artists, educators, theorists, practitioners, participants, critics, producers, administrators, and audiences to engage with the intersections of Theatre, Education, and Young People.
Teaching Theatre is the Educational Theatre Association’s quarterly journal for professional theatre educators. A typical issue might include an article on acting, directing, playwriting, or technical theatre; a profile of an outstanding educational theatre program; a piece on curriculum design, assessment, or teaching methodology; and reports on current trends or issues in the field, such as funding, standards, or certification.EdTA professional members and Thespian troupe directors receive a subscription to the print edition of Teaching Theatre and access to the digital version and archive as a benefit of membership.
Individual subscriptions to Teaching Theatre are available only as a benefit of membership in the Educational Theatre Association. Libraries and other institutions may subscribe for $34 a year.
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community. Since 1995 the MUSE journal collections have supported a wide array of research needs at academic, public, special, and school libraries worldwide. MUSE is the trusted source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies, with over 120 publishers currently participating. UPCC Book Collections on Project MUSE, launched in January 2012, offer top quality book-length scholarship, fully integrated with MUSE's scholarly journal content.
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