Mailing lists - how to subscribe
Please note: In the following instructions for subscribing to these public lists, "send a message" means insert the text in the BODY of the message, NOT in the subject line, unless otherwise indicated. You can usually leave the subject line blank.
News and discussion relating to Arts management. Strong US bias, but open to all. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe artmgt-l firstname lastname to email@example.com.
Run by the Association for Asian Performance, based at the University of San Francisco, this list is a great way to communicate with theatre artists, dancers, musicians, and scholars from around the world who have an interest in Asian performance. It is also a great way to gather information for use in your theatre history courses or creative productions, or to participate in interesting on-line discussions on world theatre topics. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe asiantheatre to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discussion list devoted to theatre history run by the American Society for Theatre Research. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe ASTR-L firstname lastname to email@example.com.
Discussion group for theatre writers, musicians, artists, etc., who are interested in using online access to develop collaborative works. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe COLLAB-L firstname lastname to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listserv for discussing the use of technology in theatre. The name is inspired by the term Diguerillas, in Avi Hoffer's book on Digital Guerilla Video. To join, go to http://www.egroups.com/group/DigiTheatre, and follow the instructions.
for anyone teaching Drama at any level. The list seeks to promote communication among Drama educators. Subscribe on the web page at http://www.eGroups.com/list/drama_uk/.
A place for women working in theatre (paywrights in particular) may discuss any issue that has a bearing on their work. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe icwp-l to email@example.com.
This list is primarily intended to serve the needs of those who use theater as a tool for change--community, social, or personal-- but recognizes the overlap of these improvisatory and non-scripted forms with arts or entertainment goals and welcomes those interested in exploring this interface. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe list-sociodrama your-email-address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information and discussion relating to Live Art, Performance Art and New Performance. Subscribe at jiscmail.
Monthly mailing list which distributes details of what is showing in London's major theatres. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe listings to email@example.com.
Medieval performance studies (not to be confused with the PERFORM-L list, below). Subscribe by sending the message subscribe PERFORM firstname lastname to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performance studies (not to be confused with the PERFORM list,above, which is devoted to medieval performance studies). Subscribe by sending the message subscribe PERFORM-L firstname lastname to email@example.com.
The asethetics, history, experience, theory and praxis of puppet theatre. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe puptcrit to Majordomo@lists.village.virginia.edu.
French language discussion group devoted to theatre of all types. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe QUEATRE firstname lastname to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Records of Early English Drama. Subscribe by visiting the web site at http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~reed/reed-l.html
Forum for exploring culture at the crossroads of theatre, world religions and spirituality, past and present. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe athe-rt-l youremailaddress to email@example.com.
Early modern history list - not excusively theatre but frequently features theatrical topics. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe RENAIS-L firstname lastname to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the study of Slavic and Eastern European theatre. Subscribe by sending the message SUBSCRIBE RUSSTHEA-L firstname lastname to email@example.com.
Mailing list for the discussion of Scottish theatre. Subscribe by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
International electronic conference for Shakespearean researchers, instructors, students, and those who share their academic interests and concerns. Subscribe by sending the message SUB SHAKSPER firstname lastname to LISTSERV@ws.BowieState.edu, and you will be sent further details (subscriptions are not automatic).
Online forum for theatre professionals. Check it out at http://www.stageandscreen.org/
Discussion group devoted to all aspects of stage work, design, production and management. Subscribe by sending an email to email@example.com. See also the website at http://www.theprices.net/lists/stagecraft/.
SCUDD (U.K.) owns and administers a mailing list intended to serve as a medium for SCUDD announcements and news, exchanges of information, forthcoming events, debates, etc. Membership is free. Subscribe at jiscmail.
Discussion list for German-speaking theatre students. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe firstname lastname to forumTWfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Discussion group devoted to theatre. Relaxed and informal. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe theatre firstname lastname to email@example.com.
Discussion group on specific issues raised from the list related to research and development in the area of performance. Open to all. Also carries notices of Australian and international conferences, etc. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe theatreoz firstname lastname to Majordomo@ob1.uws.EDU.AU.
Discussion group for people working in sound for live theatre. Subscribe by sending the message subscribe theatre-sound to firstname.lastname@example.org.