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The Primary Stages Off-Broadway Oral history Project
Interviews with visionaries who created New York's  Off- and Off-Off-Broadway theatre
after World War II. Almost one-hundred interviews are recorded as of March 5, 2017 with continual additions to come.


 

1550 plays: classic to contemporary
L.A. Theatre Works audio plays

Globe on Screen streaming video

more....

 

Studies in Musical Theatre
Refereed articles (2006-present) which consider areas of live performance that use vocal and instrumental music in conjunction with theatrical performance as a principal part of their expressive language.



   

Life Magazine Archive. Cover to cover from 1926-2000.




Kanopy Streaming Service. Provides remote access to over 25,000 documentary and feature films on many subjects: arts, business, global studies, health, sciences, technical training, etc. For questions, contact Jeff Hinkelman.

New Books

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Play Readings: A Complete Guide for Theatre Practitioners.
By Rob Urbinati.


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Essentials of Period Style: A Sourcebook for Stage and Production Designers.
by Hal TineĢ.


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The Director As Collaborator

by Knopf, Robert.


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Theatre and Ecology

Featured Archive: La MaMa

"The La MaMa Archives Digital Collections site is both a catalog and a digital archive, and it was designed to serve both researchers and general users. Site users can conduct targeted searches or browse at will, using the images and text available on this site as a guide. In the near future, we hope also to be able to offer curated digital exhibits."

Internet Shakespeare Editions


Internet Shakespeare Editions (ISE) is an open-access, non-profit scholarly website presenting full-text Shakespeare plays and poems, Shakespeare’s life and times, and Shakespeare in performance.