PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE

2019 ISSUE

SPRING 2019  Vol 34 Nos 1-3

 2018 ISSUES

WINTER 2018  Vol 33 Nos 10-12

AUTUMN 2018  Vol 33 Nos 7-9

SUMMER 2018  Vol 33 Nos 4-6

SPRING 2018  Vol 33 Nos 1-3

2017 ISSUES

WINTER 2017  Vol 32 Nos 10-12

AUTUMN 2017   Vol 32 Nos 7-9

SUMMER 2017  Vol 32 Nos 4-6

SPRING 2017   Vol 32 Nos 1-3

2016 ISSUES

WINTER 2016  Vol 31 Nos 10-12

AUTUMN 2016   Vol 31 Nos 7-9

SUMMER 2016  Vol 31 Nos 4-6

SPRING 2016  Vol 31 Nos 1-3

 

The most recent issue of PLAYS INTERNATIONAL and EUROPE was published in March 2019. This Spring 2019 issue of PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE again runs the full panoply of reviews covering London, the UK Regions, and the European theatre scenes, as well reviewing key performances in the US and Canada. The series of exclusive interviews with significant people from the theatre world continues with interviews of ranging from European artistic directors Karin Becker and  Jetse Batelaan to Brazilian actress Denise Stoklos. There is an exclusive reprint extracted from the well-know Moscow-based theatre magazine Teatr. Reports from  theatres across the world cover cover such diverse locations as Israel, Iran, China and Brazil.

 

 

  PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE is available at the following bookshops:

London: the National Theatre bookshop

                  the Samuel French bookshop  

                  (Royal Court Theatre) 

Paris:     Shakespeare and Company

Vienna: the Morawa bookshop

         the Leporello bookshop

                 (Burgtheater)

 

PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE is of course available for easy and convenient annual subscription at the Samuel French online bookshop, delivered to your doorstep with no extra charges.  Nothing like holding a real magazine in your hands with beautiful design and acknowledged quality content, all in your own home !

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 Some facts about PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE: as successor to the theater magazine Plays International, it continues the tradition of featuring internationally acclaimed theatre critics whose contributions are the core of the magazine. As before, subscribers include the finest institutions of higher learning, theaters worldwide, and national libraries. Dr. Dana Rufolo, director of TRIE, is now the editor-in-chief. One of Rufolo’s first acts as editor was to alter the title of the magazine to emphasize a European bias and a European perspective on world theater. 

As of 2016, PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE (PIE) is published quarterly with three months intervening between each issue.  PIE is published by TRIE as a not-for-profit cultural enterprise that serves the public by providing timely and literary theater criticism, reviews of productions around the world, essays on theater theory and practice, interviews with directors, actors, and theater managers, and singular in-depth coverage of theater companies, national theater productions and traditions, alternative theater troupes, and festivals.  PIE  carries features on peripheral theater activity such as articles on drama therapy in a performance context, conflict-resolving drama projects, and articles on overlooked aspects of stage life. As editorial policy, PIE is eager to expand its stockpiling function by publishing on what Robert Brustein once called the theatre of revolt, reporting on events where theater serves or attempts to serve as the representative of people in circumstances of repression.

PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE is expanding its worldwide coverage to include more about Israeli and Russian theater and to add reviews of Palestinian theater. Articles have been added on  the theater of East Asia and the Middle East, and are planned for India, Pakistan, and countries in South and Latin America and in Africa. Features focusing on theater in one of the (still) 28 EU and other European countries are regularly included.

PLAYS INTERNATIONAL & EUROPE is seeking young and trained theater critics from all parts of the world who are committed to the idea that theater is a unique human activity where personal, communal, societal, philosophical, emotional and human conundrums are performed and viewed in an aesthetic and three-dimensional way to the end of touching the feelings and quickening the thoughts of those who are fortunate enough to be onlookers. Drop us a line at TRIEeu@gmail.com .

 

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