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Dramaturgy

Research resources for dramaturgy.

What's in This Guide

This guide provides an overview of library resources and services that support the study of dramatic composition and performance. Navigate the tabs on the left for help with:

  • Search strategies for researching contemporary or historical theatre
  • Databases for outlining production histories
  • Resources for critical and contextual research of a time period, playwright, or narrative
  • Locating criticism and reviews of performances and texts
  • Finding plays in print or online
  • Finding video of theatre performances (streaming or on physical media)

Spaces, Collections, and Research Help

Spaces

  • Need a space to study, work on a monologue, rehearse with friends, or collaboratively (re)view a performance? Find a space.
  • Want to exhibit or perform in the library? Contact Kim (henzek@uncsa.edu).

Collections

  • Need a book or film that we don't have? We'll do our best to get it for you through Interlibrary Loan.
  • Have ideas for titles/areas of study that would benefit our permanent collection? Request a purchase.

Research

Your Library Liaison is here to help you with research, to assist with locating or acquiring books/plays/other resources, and help you integrate the library into your projects, classroom, production, or exhibition.

Feel free to call, email, or stop by with questions!