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Books and eBooks: How to find books in print and digital format in the Library and beyond on Theatre and Theatre-related topics.
Monologues & Plays: Strategies for finding audition and class monologues, specific plays, and plays identified by criteria such as genre and number of players.
Articles/Reviews: How to find articles to support classwork and research as well as ideas on how to locate general and critical reviews of dramatic works and stage productions.
Websites: Browse quality web pages for Theatre production, news, history, awards and more.
Career Information: See resources that supply leads for onstage and technical theatre work.
The Drama Online Library features full text plays from both iconic and contemporary playwrights. All plays may be downloaded or printed. Additionally, this collection supplies writings on playwrights and theatre-related topics through online scholarly works and practical guides. Locate plays by title, playwright, genre, the number of cast members, and the number of scenes. Monologues are easily identified. Information on production rights is attached to every play. Users can create character grids for all plays, showing which scenes each character is in and offering the ability to see only the lines and stage directions of one character. Use IE or Firefox.
This regularly updated bulletin lists employment, internship, and summer job opportunities in theater, music, visual and fine arts, and related fields.
Theatre in Video
Online access to hundreds of plays captured in live performance, as well as theatre documentaries featuring discussions with actors, playwrights, and directors.