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Theatre   Tags: drama, performing_arts, theater, theatre  

This guide is a starting point for research in the Bailey/Howe Library. It provides a selective list of print and electronic resources available for all aspects of Theatre study-scholarly as well as performance, production and design.
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Welcome to the Theatre* research guide-a starting point for locating credible information sources available at Bailey/Howe Library.

*Theatre as defined in this guide is, drama as acted on the stage. Reference sources on/including drama as a literary form are listed under the three tabs in the category "Drama Criticism."

 

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For help with research in theatre history or production and design (e.g., costuming, etc.), contact me to set up an appointment for a research consultation. I am always happy to work one-on-one with you to help you with your specific research topic.

 

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