Theatre Research International publishes articles on theatre practices in their social, cultural, and historical contexts, their relationship to other media of representation, and to other fields of inquiry.
PAJ offers extended coverage of the visual arts in addition to reviews of new works in theatre, dance, film, and opera. Issues include artists' writings, essays, interviews and dialogues, historical documentation, performance texts and plays, reports on performance abroad, and book reviews.
New Theatre Quarterly provides a vital international forum where theatrical scholarship and practice can meet and where prevailing dramatic assumptions can be subjected to vigorous critical questioning. It shows that theatre history has a contemporary relevance, that theatre studies need a methodology and that theatre criticism needs a language. The journal publishes news, analysis and debate within the field of theatre studies.
"For more than thirty years Theater has been the most informative, serious, and imaginative American journal available to readers interested in contemporary theater...Its special issues have covered many topics: theater and social change, children's theater, Soviet theater, theater and photography, paratheater, theater and revolution, and theater and the apocalypse."