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Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas and Review: The Journal of Dramaturgy announce that Review will begin publishing peer-reviewed content in 2011, Review’s 25th anniversary year. The editors of Review welcome articles exploring artistic, practical, historical, and theoretical aspects of dramaturgy and literary management. In addition to articles, we also invite production notebooks documenting and analyzing projects of all kinds, also to be submitted for peer-review.
Possible topics to be explored:
- Process essays on recent production work
- The changing face of dramaturgy
- Defining, challenging, or expanding current practice or theory
- Dramaturgical issues specific to particular countries, cities, or theatres
- Dramaturgical thinking and models applied outside the theatre (e.g., political, curatorial, pedagogical)
- New play development
- Shakespearean and classical dramaturgy
- Dance dramaturgy
- Dramaturgy for devised and ensemble-based theatre
- Translation and adaptation
- Negotiating artistic relationships and responsibilities
- Negotiating creative and managerial roles
- Literary management
- Manuscripts should conform to the MLA style guide; short form and full-length articles should range from 1000-6000 words.
- Submissions should be sent to Review editor D.J. Hopkins. Inquiries from prospective contributors are welcome and should be directed to the editor.
- Contributors should specify that they are submitting articles to the peer-review process; Review will continue to publish essays, reviews, and creative content that will not undergo the peer-review process.