Women in Theatre Magazine

The 2014 International Magazine Edition is set to launch on June 2nd, 2014 and is supported in part by the Strelsin Foundation, Schwab Charitable Fund, and private donations.

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This special edition focuses on innovative women theatre professionals who are creating and performing work that gives voice and substance to issues affecting women in different parts of the world. LPTW recognizes the need to increase awareness of the magnitude and impact of international theatre being created by women around the world. Women In Theatre is the first magazine of its kind to celebrate and connect theatre women across the world, and to offer an unparalleled opportunity for collaboration, recognition, and growth. This special international edition will coincide with the League’s second International Award given in the fall of 2014 to an exceptional woman theatre artist working outside the U.S. The magazine will feature profiles on the Awardee and 21 Nominees.

WIT magazine is distributed to libraries, schools, organizations, foundations, awardees, LPTW Friends and supporters, and the LPTW membership. Articles and imagery will be shared on the LPTW website and cross-posted to WIT Online through the HowlRound website, our partner for LPTW WIT Online featured articles.


WIT Magazine (formerly ROUNDUP) is our annual publication highlighting the programs, events and members of the League of Professional Theatre Women.

Carolyn Balducci has been named the new Editor of WIT Magazine. A publication date will be announced later this year.  Check out the online publication, WIT Online.

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WOMEN IN THEATRE Magazine 2011-2012
WOMAN NATION: WOMEN LEADING U.S. THEATRES IN THE 21ST CENTURY

This celebratory issue of WOMEN IN THEATRE Magazine is a 54-page issue featuring profiles of artistic directors such as Diane Paulus of A.R.T. in Cambridge, Mass.; Raelle Myrick-Hodges of Brava Theater Center in San Francisco; Susan Booth at the Alliance in Atlanta, Georgia; and Kristin Marting of HERE in New York City.

To obtain a copy, please contact Ashley Tata: Ashley@theatrewomen.org.

The League of Professional Theatre Women wishes to thank the Ford Foundation and the Dorothy Strelsin Foundation for their generous contributions to this special 30th Anniversary issue of WOMEN IN THEATRE Magazine.

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Editor: Carolyn Balducci
To contact the WOMEN IN THEATRE Editorial Team please select “Women in Theatre Magazine” from the Category drop-down list, write your message and send the email from our Contact Page.

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