Last March I ran a month-long celebration of theatre-related reading — plays, biographies and memoirs from stage artists, stage-related fiction and nonfiction, or whatever else might seem relevant. I missed going to the theatre! It was a wonderful month and I was glad some blog friends chose to join in. Click on the link above to check out all the details.
Although pandemic closures have eased somewhat, I still miss being in an English-speaking country with access to drama in a language I understand. So I feel like revisiting this theme again, but to avoid clashing with other events (especially March Magics) I’m moving it up to April — with Shakespeare’s birthday, this seems an appropriate month — and making it very low-key. I’m just going to list the theatre-related books I have on my TBR, and hope to get to one or more of them during the month. If anyone wants to do the same, let me know in a comment here or anytime during the month and I’ll give your post a shout-out.
Have you read any of these? Any others to recommend? Or what would you choose for a month of Reading the Theatre?