, Theatre Development Fund’s online magazine with features that focus on the process of making theatre from the artist’s point of view, has just unveiled a new, spiffy look. Both the readership and content of the magazine have grown exponentially in the over five years that editor-in-chief Mark Blankenship has taken the reigns. Now the entire magazine, with all its features, is easier to navigate for its monthly audience of over 60,000 readers. It may be accessed directly from the TDF homepage at www.tdf.org
In addition to the weekly features written by some of the leading theatre writers in the country, TDF Stages is also home to the TDF Theatre Dictionary
, (which now features humorous video definitions over 70 theatre expressions); the TDF “Meet the Theatre
” video series which highlights off-Off Broadway theatre companies. Additionally, TDF Stages has become the new home of the acclaimed SDC/Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation podcast series "Masters of the Stage
," which features rare insights into the working process of America’s most seminal directors and choreographers. These “Masters of the Stage” podcasts are free to download through iTunes.
TDF Stages editor-in-chief, Mark Blankenship says, "Since our goal is for the magazine's content to be fresh, insightful, and uniquely invested in how great art gets on the stage, it was time for its look to be equally engaging. We've been tinkering with the new design for ages, and I'm glad the world can finally see it!"
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