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THEATRE RESEARCH GUIDE  

This online guide is developed specifically for those doing research in Theatre. It provides a recommended list of resources which encompasses print materials, electronic databases, and selected Web resources.
Last Updated: Mar 5, 2014 URL: http://libguides.marshall.edu/theatre Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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To find books and materials in the Marshall University Libraries on theatre topics, log on to the library catalog. Then select Subject from the dropdown list.  The following terms are some selected subject headings for theatre:

  • Theater

  • Drama

  • Actors

  • Playwriting

  • Musical theater

  • Costume

  • Design

  • Stage management

After the search terms have been entered, select any of the qualifiers to filter by format, language, location, etc.

To browse in the stacks for information on theater une the following classification as your guide: PN.

 

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Journal & Magazine Articles

  • Marshall University Journals
    Provides an alphabetical list of journals available in print at Marshall as well as access to online articles subscibed to by Marshall University.
  • TDR
    Published by MIT, a journal of performance studies, including theatre and dance.
  • Theatre Journal
    Published by John Hopkins University, this site includes social and historical studies, production reviews, and theoretical inquires that analyze dramatic texts and production.
  • Theatre Topics
    Practical and performance-oriented subjects focusing on performance studies, dramaturgy, and theatre pedagogy.
  • American Drama
    Hosted by the University of Cincinnati, contains articles on critical examination of trends and discussions of diversity in scripts for stage, film, radio, and television; the careers of dramatists; and various theories of the development of drama.
  • Curtain Up!
    Internet theater magazine of reviews, features, and annotated listings.
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