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"Show Business Is My Life"

First of all, if your primary interest within drama is the American musical, then you may want to go to this link immediately.

While you're here, why not sample the book I edited on Neil Simon, the most successful playwright in American history.

Here are a number of Web sites devoted to the theatre.

Playbill Online is a fabulously rich site that gives info on what's currently playing in New York, plus much more. This may be all you need.

For more personal reactions to the current theatre scene, check out Talkin' Broadway.

Broadway OnLine is another good source to learn what's happening on the Great White Way.

If you want to know what's happening on London's West End and Fringe, check out Albemarle of London's West End Theatre Guide and London Theatre Guide.

For a sampling of Web sites maintained by well-known production groups, go to

A few sites of interest to academically inclined professionals:

The Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) is the national organization for theatre professionals in academia.

Theatre Journal is an online journal published by Johns Hopkins University.

Samuel French Bookstore has just about any published playscript imaginable.


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