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New Titles!

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Creating solo performance
Call Number: avail. online via ebrary and Taylor Francis Books
ISBN: 1317911814

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Anatomy of performance training
Call Number: In Processing
ISBN: 9781408184103

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The actor in you : twelve simple steps to understanding the art of acting
Call Number: PN2061 .B392 2015
ISBN: 9780205914906

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The art of voice acting : the craft and business of performing for voiceover
Call Number: avail. online via ebrary and Taylor Francis Books
ISBN: 0080958982

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The improvisation studies reader : spontaneous acts
Call Number: avail. online via ebrary and Taylor Francis Books
ISBN: 1136187146

 

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New Database! Digital Theatre Plus

  • Digital Theatre Plus
    Digital Theatre Plus captures the moments before the curtain rises and after the curtain falls, providing valuable insight into the play making process. This database shares the hidden drama of the weeks, days, and hours before ‘lights up’ on stage. By revealing the world of the rehearsal room, dressing room, backstage and beyond, documentaries and interviews introduce theatre as a vibrant, exciting art form through a familiar and accessible medium.
 

Patsy Rodenburg: Why I do theater

Shakespeare's Globe Collection

  • Digital Theatre Plus
    Experience the thrill of watching theatre at Shakespeare’s Globe from the comfort of your own home thanks to Globe on Screen. These productions are shown in their entirety giving you the opportunity to enjoy the world famous Globe Theatre and these critically acclaimed performances.

    Shakespeare’s Globe is a reconstruction of the theatre in which Shakespeare worked. With performances of Shakespeare, his contemporaries and new writing, productions run from April to October, playing to over 300,000 people from around the world each summer.

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