Shakespeare Companies and Festivals: An International Guide

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Information on the location of archival material and citations for important reference works are provided under Research Resources at the end of each essay entry. Much of the material is archival, and books and other printed materials do not exist for many entries. With few exceptions, the essay entries were based on personally interviewing key company or festival personnel, touring the physical plants, observing audiences, examining publicity materials, programs, and annual reports, and reviewing productions first hand. Relevant bibliographies have been included, but, in the case of established companies and festivals with long production histories, such as the Royal Shakespeare Company, the New York Shakespeare Festival, or the Stratford Festival of Canada, we have included basic reference works only.

In some cases, reviews that appeared in local newspapers have been cited from clippings pasted in scrapbooks that are located in the business office of the company or festival or are in the possession or private collection of the artistic director or founder. We have made an effort to list the location of such materials. Some productions have been reviewed in periodicals that cover the larger established Shakespeare companies and festivals, like the Stratford Festival or the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. These important sources are available in most libraries and include Shakespeare Bulletin, Shakespeare Quarterly, published by the Shakespeare Association of America, The Shakespeare Newsletter, Shakespeare Survey, Theatre Journal, and American Theatre. Others include: Theatre Week; Callboard; Theatre Survey; Western European Stages; Asian Theatre; Plays and Players; Plays International; Theatre Research International; Theatre History Studies; Slavic and East European Performance; Studies in American Drama, 1945-Present; Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches Théâtrales au Canada; the Colorado

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