The introduction to the new The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy is now available online. Check out the beginning of the volume that features articles from institutional, academic, and freelance dramaturgs from around the world. 

For any dramaturgy graduate students interested becoming involved in the 2015 ATHE Dramaturgy Focus or other ATHE panel, the graduate student reps are inviting you to send in your ideas in order to match students and create grad-focused panels. 
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Interested parties should send their paper or panel ideas to Will Palmer at by no later than Wednesday, October 15. Replies will be sent by October 27 with suggested matches.

We are thrilled to announce that the Collins Memorial Library at the University of Puget Sound is the new home for the LMDA archive. The archive hosts thousands of pictures, videos, photographs and records from LMDA's 30 year history. We are grateful to the work of LMDA members Geoff Prohel, (chair of the university's Department of Theatre Arts) and Sara Freeman (associate professor of theatre arts) who are working with the university's archivist Katie Henningsen to manage the entire collection.

For more information, please check out the University of Puget Sounds press release,