DRM 1001: World Theater 1

Books in the Main Stacks

Drama History and Criticism
Performance Greek
Theater History
World Theater
DVD’s & Videos at Dowling
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Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

Backscheider, P.R. (1989). Restoration and eighteenth-century dramatists : first series. Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research.
Reference: PS21 .D5 v.80

Banham, M. (1995). The Cambridge guide to theatre. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. Formally the Cambridge Guide to World Theater. Includes bibliographical references.
Reference: PN2035.C27 1995

Bowers, F. (1961). Jacobean and Caroline dramatists Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research : Book Tower. A Bruccoli Clark Layman book that includes bibliographies and index. In the series of Dictionary of literary biography; v.58
Reference: PS21 .D5 v.58

Bowman, W. P.,Ball, R. H. (1961). Theatre language; a dictionary of terms in English of the drama and stage from medieval to modern times. New York:Theatre Arts Books. A Bruccoli Clark Layman book that includes index. In the series of Dictionary of literary biography.
Reference: NX447.5 .P38 1984

Greg, W. W. (1969). Dramatic documents from the Elizabethan playhouses; stage plots; actors’ parts; prompt books Oxford, Clarendon Press. CONTENTS.-v.1. Commentary.-v.2. Reproductions & transcripts
Reference: PN2589.G74 (kept on atlas stand)

Paxton, J. L., Fairfield, S. (1984). Chronology of culture : a chronology of literature, dramatic arts, music, architecture, three-dimensional art, and visual arts from 3000 B.C. to the present. New York: .Van Nostrand Reinhold.
Reference: NX447.5 .P38 1984

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Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England
Performing Arts Journal
Performing Arts Resources v.1-7
Performing Arts Review
Research in Drama Education
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