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Theatrical Productions & Interviews (Video)
Theatre in Video
Streaming video collection in 2 volumes featuring theater documentaries and original productions of dramatic works spanning several decades, including live television broadcasts, revivals of classic works and experimental performances ranging from Shakespeare to Samuel Beckett, and important contemporary dramas. Includes both Broadway and off-Broadway productions of plays, and many interviews with directors, designers, writers, and actors on the craft of theater.
Theatrical Productions & Supporting Materials (Video & Text)
Digital Theatre Plus
Recently launched, expanding streaming video resource divided into 5 categories: recent British theatrical productions (Shakespeare, classics, new writing, musicals, dance, and opera); making theater (creative, productive, and technical teams; the acting company; theater management; and filmed interviews with practitioners); study guides; teaching support; and collections (performances from the Gran Teatre de Liceu; Royal Opera House, Shakespeare's Globe, Broadway Digital Archive, and National Jewish Theater).
A digital library of playtexts, filmed live performances, audio plays, theory, and practice. Recent additions include streaming video and audio of productions, including Shakespeare's Globe on Screen.
Streaming Audio Archives
Audio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works Collection
Streaming audio collection of more than 300 important dramatic works from the curated archive of the nation’s premiere radio theater company performed by an international array of leading actors. The collection presents classics of the Western canon, modern works by American luminaries, originally commissioned plays, and high profile docudramas by both renowned and emerging playwrights. Indexing and scholarly commentary from experts add background and contextual information for the plays.
Contemporary Performance (Video)
Offers streaming HD-quality full-length films of contemporary performance by some of today’s most provocative artists working in dance, theater, music, and “other forms that defy categorization.”