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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

Recent Articles

  1. 15 Books to Consider for Theatre and Performance Studies, Winter/Spring 2010

    Check out exciting, new titles in Theatre and Performance, including new editions of Theatre Histories, Bella Merlin’s Acting: The Basics, Theatre and Performance Design: A Reader in Scenography, and a new edition of Alison Hodge’s Actor Training.

  2. 2010 Theatre and Performance Catalog Now Available Online!

    Browse all the latest and bestselling books in Theatre and Performance in our 2010 online catalog.

  3. Lola Cohen to Appear on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show and the Drama Book Shop

    Editor, Lola Cohen of The Lee Strasberg Notes will be joined by Anna Strasberg for two upcoming appearances. They’ll lead a discussion on Strasberg’s legacy at New York’s Drama Book Shop. The following day, they’ll appear on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate show.

    UPDATED with photos and mp3.

  4. Lola Cohen, Editor of The Lee Strasberg Notes, Launches Book at Elaine’s (NYC)

    On March 15, the famed nightspot Elaine’s on New York’s Upper East Side set the scene for the book launch of The Lee Strasberg Notes, edited by Lola Cohen.

  5. Maggie Gale, Author of the Month, February 2010

    Maggie Gale is the co-editor of the upcoming Routledge Drama Anthology and Sourcebook - a groundbreaking collection of plays, performance texts and theoretical writings covering modernism to contemporary performance. From Ibsen to Lorca to Gomez-Pena the Anthology contains over over 30 full play texts.

  6. Featured Series: Theatre Classics

    Rediscover the classics with Routledge!  Routledge Theatre Classics is a new series that aims to revitalize foundational texts on theater practice and writing.

  7. Anne Bogart, Theatre & Performance Studies Author of the Month, February 2010

    A look at Anne Bogart, one of the most distinctive and influential theater directors working today.

  8. Theatre Author Adrian Noble to do Reading at The Drama Book Shop, NYC

    On January 12th, author Adrian Noble will be at The Drama Book Shop in New York for a reading of his new book, How to Do Shakespeare, as well as a question and answer session from 5pm-7pm. This guided tour of Shakespeare's complex but unfailingly rewarding work stunningly combines instruction and inspiration.

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