Theater Journals

Theatre is a visual live performance, generally performed on a stage setting in front of an audience. This provides an infinite amount of background, history, culture and contextual elements that form the basis for theoretical inquiries and scholarly critique. The evolution of modern theater dates to Ancient Greece, where theater originated; scholarly theater journals have since tracked the progression, growth and changes in style within the form.

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Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
Number of issues: 14 Newest issue: 1/1/2017 Oldest issue: 1/1/1995 Number of articles: 172
Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research
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Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
Number of issues: 36 Newest issue: 7/1/2016 Oldest issue: 7/1/1996 Number of articles: 359
Theatre Notebook Number of issues: 34 Newest issue: 2/1/2017 Oldest issue: 2/1/2006 Number of articles: 156
Theatre Research in Canada Number of issues: 21 Newest issue: 9/22/2015 Oldest issue: 3/22/2005 Number of articles: 218
TheatreForum Number of issues: 22 Newest issue: 1/1/2017 Oldest issue: 1/1/2004 Number of articles: 315
Themes in Theatre Number of issues: 2 Newest issue: 1/1/2014 Oldest issue: 1/1/2013 Number of articles: 27
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