See also German Drama and German Culture.
Nikolaus Bacht (editor). Music, Theatre and Politics in Germany: 1848 to the Third Reich. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 315pp.
Barrie Baker. Theatre Censorship in Honecker's Germany: From Volker Braun to Samuel Beckett. Peter Lang. 2007. 208pp.
Günter Berghaus (editor). Theatre and Film in Exile: German Artists in Britain, 1933-1945. Berg Publishers. 1989. 275pp.
George W. Brandt (editor). German and Dutch Theatre, 1600-1848. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 550pp.
W. H. Bruford. Theatre, Drama, and Audience in Goethe's Germany. Routledge & Paul. 1950. 388pp.
Martin Esslin (editor). The Genius of the German Theater. New American Library. 1968. 638pp.
Ronald Hayman (editor). The German Theatre: A Symposium. Wolff. 1975. 287pp.
David F. Kuhns. German Expressionist Theatre: The Actor and the Stage. Cambridge University Press. 1997. 321pp.
Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe. Boulevard Comedy Theatre in Germany. Cambridge Scholars Press. 2005. 110pp.
John Osborne. The Meiningen Court Theatre, 1866-1890. Cambridge University Press. 1988. 217pp.
James A. Parente. Religious Drama and the Humanist Tradition: Christian Theater in Germany and in the Netherlands, 1500-1680. E. J. Brill. 1987. 240pp.
Michael Patterson. The Revolution in German Theatre, 1900-1933. Routledge. 1981. 232pp.
Michael Patterson. German Theatre Today: Post-War Theatre in West and East Germany, Austria and Northern Switzerland. Pitman. 1976. 129pp.
W. G. Sebald (editor). A Radical Stage: Theatre in Germany in the 1970s and 1980s. St. Martin's Press. 1992. 197pp. Conference papers, University of East Anglia, Spring 1987.
Gerwin Strobl. The Swastika and the Stage: German Theatre and Society, 1933-1945. Cambridge University Press. 2008. 354pp.
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