Movement Drama and Therapy in Drama and Therapy, Vol. II, Adults, G. Schattner and R. Courtney, eds., Drama Book Specialists, NY., 1981.
Authentic Movement: The Embodied Experience of the Text in Canadian Theatre Review, #78, Spring 1994. pp. 21-25.
Speaking the Embodied Text. An interview with Judith Koltai by Connie Frey in A Moving Journal, Vol. 5, #2, Summer 1998. pp. 3-6, 16.
Forms of Feeling - Frames of Mind in Contact Quarterly, Summer/Fall 2002, Vol.27, No.2.
Also in Greek Translation: in Education and Theatre, #7, 2007, Hellenic Theatre/Drama Education Network, Athens, Greece.
Making Sense, Getting Through: "The Word's Body" in Canadian Theatre Review, CTR 109, Winter 2002.
The Pleasure of the Text: Embodying Classical Language in the Theatre Through the Practice of Authentic Movement in Authentic Movement. Volume Two, and Moving the Body, Moving the Self, Being Moved. A Collection of Essays. (Patrizia Pallaro, Ed.) Jessica Kingsley, Publishers, London, UK, 2007.
* Judith Koltai's unpublished notebooks and wrtings are available to Guild and Masterclass members.
".....paths are not to be found, but made, and the activity of making them, changes both the maker and the destination."
(John Schaar, political theorist)