A sampling of theatre etexts:
Drama Online (full-text, monologues, audio and video available)
Find here: Selected Diversity/Inclusion Theatre titles with some full-text.
To access, when you arrive at the ezproxy page, you will need to use your id number for BOTH username and password. See Tutorial for Database access.
The theatre, drama collection uses a word-based classification system. It is arranged alphabetically. These are the major categories: ACTING (Technique), ANTHOLOGY, DRAMA (History, Shakespeare, Stagecraft), LIBRETTI, MONOLOGUES, MUSICALS, ONE-ACTS, PLAYS. Below are some examples of what the spine label and call numbers look like.
Aeschylus, and Euripides. Three Greek Plays: Prometheus Bound, Agamemnon, the Trojan Women. Trans. Edith Hamilton. New York: W.W. Norton, 1937. Print.
Henry, Joyce E., Rebecca D. Jaroff, and Bob Shuman. One on One: The Best Women's Monologues for the 21st Century. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema, 2007. Print.
Lane, Eric, and Nina Shengold. Take Ten: New 10-Minute Plays. New York: Vintage, 1997. Print.
PLAYS (categorized by continent)
Pinter, Harold. Ashes to Ashes. New York: Grove, 1997. Print.
Margulies, Donald. The Country House. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2015. Print.
Here is a listing of the newest print titles added to the collection.
Newly purchased print materials have a coded color sticker:
Be sure to take advantage of the wide variety of Shakespeare materials that can be found in the collection.
Other online full-text Shakespeare Resources:
In the print theatre section look under these call numbers:
DRAMA /Shakespeare /Bio
DRAMA /Shakespeare /Commentary
DRAMA /Shakespeare /Technique
PLAYS /Europe /Shakespeare
WE would also like to highlight the following materials: