Studies in Theatre & Performance
ISSN: 14682761
Online ISSN: 20400616
First published in 1990
3 issues per volume
Current Issue:
Volume 0 / Issue 0
Personal subscription:
Single issue price:
Institutional subscriptions:
Online subscriptions:
(Prices include UK postage. Please add £9 if ordering within the EU and £12 elsewhere. Online subscriptions are subject to VAT)

Share this:


***Studies in Theatre & Performance is now published by Taylor & Francis*** Go to the Journal's home page


Peter Thomson
University of Exeter                

Kate Dorney
Victoria & Albert Museum

Andrew Wyllie
University of the West of England

Book Review Editor
Anna Harpin
University of Exeter

Studies in Theatre and Performance is a peer-reviewed journal which fosters a progressive forum to explore the nuances of theatre practice. The journal provides a critical scope to include other related disciplines in its scrutiny of the stage, exploring the interplay between performance, audience and dramatic practice.

Abstracting and Indexing

Arts and Humanities Citation Index®; Current Contents® Arts & Humanities; Ulrichs; MLA; Current Abstracts; RILM (Abstracts of Music Literature); Public Affairs Index; Academic Search Elite; Academic Search Alumni Edition; Academic Search Premier; Academic Search Complete; Britannica Online Collection; International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance; Humanities International Index; Humanities International Complete; Film & Television Literature Index; British Humanities Index; ArticleFirst

Download the submission guidelines.


Cover image: 'The Nativity' photographed at the Cottesloe Theatre, in 1985 by Douglas H Jeffery. © V&A

Lockss SERU Cross Ref
User tags: theatre perform ()
Your tags: Please login or register if you don't have a user account.
Latest news
19th August 2014
Havana Street Style Launch
Read more Read more
13th August 2014
Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace Launch events
Read more Read more
13th August 2014
Imagining the TV Studio: Experimental Histories and Futures. An illustrated lecture by Maeve Connolly
Read more Read more
The Big Picture Magazine