The journal Theatre Topics is publishing its 25th volume in 2015. As the journal celebrates this milestone, it also marks its second year producing three issues per volume. All of this has led to some reflection on how the journal has grown since its 1991 debut as “a tool for establishing an on-going dialogue among theatre practitioners / artists / teachers,” according to the introduction in Volume 1, Issue 1 by Beverly Byers-Pevitts. In 2014, the journal published reflections from past editors. We interviewed several of those important people in the history of Theatre Topics about the journal’s growth and current place in the field.