Arts in New York City by Terry Teachout, playwright and theatre critic for the Wall Street Journal.
Robin Rothstein, a playwright and a New York theatre professional, podcasts on “Surviving and Thriving in the Theater.”
Bringing the L.A. theatre community together (“whether they like it or not”).
Joe Patti, the Director of the Vern Riffe Center for the Arts at Shawnee State University, blogs on arts management and marketing. When you break it all down, if you don’t have this element together, you don’t have theatre.
The Huffington Post’s entertainment editor.
Writer, director, and illustrator Caviglia writes on theatre, art, and film.
The Chicago Tribune’s theatre critic.
This thoughtful blog by Julian Bryant, a theatre professional and teacher, features essays on theatre’s business, philosophical, and pragmatic aspects.
What began as a blog has become a hub for the artistic community (sounds familiar): includes interviews, videos, essays, and more.
Observations on theatre from a director and collaborative artist, covering the D.C. scene, diversity, female directors, new plays, and more.
Performing arts professionals trade opinions and ideas on this multi-author blog about theatre and other performing arts.
Gus Schulenberg, Associate Director of Communications for Theatre Communications Group (TCG; see under Organizations) as well as a playwright and director, writes on theatre and Flux, his company.
Artistic director of theatre minima; also a playwright and essayist.
Reviews and commentary on Australian theatre, with links to other resources.
David Hancock Turner’s essays on the stage.
Covers non-profit theatre management.
Theatre and arts commentary from the former executive director of the American Theatre Wing.
A blog from a theatrical lighting wizard.
A Boston-based actor writes on a career in theatre and middle life (as he puts it, whichever comes first).
New York theatre reviews and news.
An actor’s blog, navigating the L.A. theatre scene.
Chloe Veltman (freelance culture correspondent for the New York Times) writes an arts journal on “how culture will save the world.”
Arts marketing from Amanda Ameer, a professional publicist with wide-ranging interests.
Not a blog, but a cool gallery page by lighting designer and visual artist Lucas Krech.
Behind the scenes with a professional stage manager. If you want to know how theatre really works, this is a place to start.
As much a magazine as blog, covering London’s theatre scene.
From a website of a Toronto theatre, Mooney seeks to demystify the theatre industry.
An Austin-based lighting designer and visual artist writes on theater, both as an art and as a craft.
A theatre collaborative, which seeks to bring plays (and playwrights) they love to Boston, blogs on the theatre life.
This nonprofit, which strives connects communities through choreography, presents interviews with and profiles on artists.
On art, life, and theatre from the artistic director of Thinking Cap Theatre.
A performance art blog (with a great title).
Non-Broadway theatre news. Sometimes way off-off-off Broadway.
Isaac Butler’s excellent, engaging, and long-running theatre blog: he’s very much tied into current theatre industry issues.
Theatre news from journalist, broadcaster, and critic Aleks Sierz, the author of In-Yer-Face Theatre: British Drama Today and other books.
Ken Davenport, a Broadway producer, blogs on Broadway and other theatre news. An informative perspective.
An events and arts blog from director Evertt’s Twenty Something Theatre in Vancouver B.C.
Writer, editor, and theatre professional Francine L. Trevens reviews books, movies, and stage productions.
Aaron Riccio, a creative writer, critic, and editor, serves up his “opinionated” take on theatre.
Arts and politics from a number of writers, with an emphasis on theatre.
Justin Cash writes on teaching drama and offers resources for other teachers.
Writer and Professor Jill Dolan covers theatre, performance, film, and television, “focusing on gender, sexuality, race, other identities and overlaps, and our common humanity.”
Theatre criticism from Aaron Grunfeld, a New York freelance critic and dramaturg.
Rob Weinert-Kendt, associate editor of American Theatre magazine, has been blogging on theatre for over a decade. He’s written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Variety, Newsday, Village Voice, Time Out NY, The Guardian, and The San Francisco Chronicle, and was the founding editor of Back Stage West.
Ideas on theater, science, philosophy, and more, from Edward Einhorn, the artistic director of Untitled Theatre Company.
Editorial blog from the San Francisco Bay Area’s theatre magazine. The site includes other resources: a job board, grants, research, and an events calendar.
A tied-in, professional vlog on contemporary theatre: reviews, interviews.
Actor and playwright (and magician) Dominic reviews theatre and reflects on the theatrical life through this popular blog. Features posts such as: “Brecht is Fun.” (Yes. Yes he is. If you like a certain kind of fun.)
Marketing director at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Check out “You’ve Got Mail.”
A theatre blog by the artistic director of Chicago’s Halcyon Theatre. “Things We Love” is a nice feature.
An excellent blog from Austin’s Cambiare Productions; provides a wealth of resources.
Jess Hutchinson, a Chicago theatre director transplanted to Austin, writes on theatre, SXSW, and more.
Most recently chronicling production of the fringe theatre play “Never Fall in Love with a Writer” (sound advice).
Covering London’s West End theatre scene. Includes the “Zero Stars Hall of Fame”—not a distinction one covets.