Web-based Theatre Resources
Chippewa Theatre Guild
"TheatreForum," a journal devoted to
innovative performance, welcomes new contributors. Our scope and readership is
international; we welcome articles discussing new theatre and performance from
any culture. Our articles usually focus on the recent work of one performer,
director/choreographer, or company, but more wide-ranging overviews of recent
developments are also accepted. Articles usually range from 3000 to 5000 words,
and we pay 5 cents per word to a maximum of $150. A section of our journal is
also available for shorter items. If you are interested and don't know our
journal, please check out our website, which includes Tables of Content from all
our issues. If you have an idea you think is appropriate for "Theatreforum,"
just send me a proposal in a paragraph or two.
John Rouse, Editor <firstname.lastname@example.org> TheatreForum www.theatreforum.org <http://www.theatreforum.org/>
The Shakespeare Society.
New York State Council on the Arts
Women's Shakespeare Company
Womens Project & Productions: The workplace for women in American
Shakespeare & Company is Minnesota's longest running outdoor
classical repertory theatre.
Jason Ardizzone-West: Architect, Set Designer
Off-Off Broadway Review
Theatre Development Fund
Macbeth - The Comedy
Guide - the essential guide to theatre in Britain
Shakespeare Theatre Association of
The New York Theatre Experience Inc.
Electronic Link Journey All Arts Annex
- Theatre news, reviews, interviews, links
Stage Pro - An Informative, Detailed
Database for the Aspiring and Dedicated Professional of the Theatre
Shakespeare Globe Center
ShakesSphere - Shakespeare information
site, including plot summaries of all the plays
QuitDay.org advocates for artists and is raising awareness on the impact of
smoking in the community (https://quitday.org/)
Association for Visual Arts, who connects artists and communities to support
aspiring artists (http://www.avarts.org/).
A gathering place for theater students and scholars to share ideas and tools
-- open source exchange of syllabi, assignment prompts, and other teaching
-- what's on your bookshelf?
-- special commentaries and field reports.
Theater Historiography is a collaborative venture between The University of
Michigan Press, Henry Bial, Scott Magelssen, and you
doing some research for RealTime, a not-for-profit arts journal based in
One of the features of the website is the Portal section, where
we gather together the best websites on any given genre of
contemporary art. They're intended as resources for practitioners,
lecturers and students alike and we've previously put together
portals for new media art, video art, dance film and sound art.
doing the same for contemporary performance and I'm
interested in any suggestions that the list might have. The front
runners are listed below (including a couple of the obvious ones)
but I'd be interested to hear about anything else out there.