General studies on Czech Culture
Essays in Culture 2003−2009.
Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, December 2009.
Study on Cultural Cooperation in Europe: Annex I – National reports – Czech Republic.
Interarts and EFAH, June 2003.
SIMEK, Stepan S. Financing Czech Theatre.
A recent study about the transformation of Czech theatre as society crosses over to democracy and market economy - written by American researcher Stepan S. Simek, August 2005.
Financing of Czech Theatres.doc
NEKOLNY, Bohumil − CERNY, Ondrej. The performing arts in the Czech Republic: the theatre network, its function, system of financing and support. (article)
Authors are from Theatre Institute in Prague, April 2000.
NEKOLNY, Bohumil. Theatre Transformation in the Czech Republic.
The summary of a case study documenting the transformation of professional theatre in the Czech Republic. Theatre Institute, Prague, January 2004.
Transformation of Prague Theatres.doc
Czech Theatre History:
RESLOVA, Marie. Contemporary Czech Drama, Its Generations and Soloists. (article)
An concise informative article about the current playwrighting trends in the Czech Republic. July 2004.
Czech Theatre - 2005/2006, 2006/2007
An article by Don Nixon
Czech Theatre 2003 - 2005
An article by Zdeněk Tichý (for the ITI World of Theatre)
Czech Theatre 2002-2003.
Czech theatres after floods. An article by Z. A. Tichý.
Czech Theatre 2000-2001. The Czech Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium. (article)
An article by Marie RESLOVA with contribution of Radmila HRDINOVA (opera), Nina VANGELI (dance) and Nina MALIKOVA (puppets).
Czech Theatre 1990-99. (articles)
Nothing dramatic happening in the Czech theatre. The Seasons 1990-1992, 1992- 1994, 1994-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-98 and 1998-1999.
Magazines on Czech theatre:
Czech Theatre magazine.
Czech Theatre Magazine, published by the Theatre Institute Prague annually, is a popular resource material providing a representative review of significant Czech theatrical events. All issues are readable on line, or you can contact the publisher for a printed copy.
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