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ü Google Books. http://books.google.com. Google’s scanning project particularly good for full-text of books out of copyright(1920s and before). Brief view or snippet view of others.
ü (EBSCO'S) Academic Search Premier (* truncation) Like Infotrac's OneFile below it is a "general" index which contains citations, abstracts and full-text articles from many different fields including drama, theatre and literary studies.
ü (Gale/Infotrac's) AcademicOnefile (* truncation)
ü MLA (an EBSCO database) provides over one million citations for items from journals and series published worldwide in the fields of literature, language, linguistics, folklore. It indexes books, essay collections, working papers, proceedings, dissertations, and bibliographies. It will link to other databases that have full-text articles.
ü JSTOR is a collection of full-text, pdf images of scholarly articles. The newest of these articles are from 3-5 years old, but can include complete runs of journal volumes even back into the nineteenth century.
ü Project Muse ( * truncation) Full-text, current articles from many literary journals.
ü LexisNexis (! -exclamation point- to truncate) Its strength is in its coverage of full-text newspaper articles which include movie reviews, theatre reviews and much more.
ü Literature Resource Center (Gale/InfoTrac) Many full text articles as well as concise overviews of authors and works.
ü Literary Reference Center (EBSCO) Similar to Literature Resource Center but with many different sources of information.
ü Periodicals Archive Online Similar to JSTOR.
If you already have the full citation to a particular journal or magazine article and want to know if USA's Libraries has a subscription to the journal go to this link on the homepage. Type in your journal title. The resulting list should identify which databases or collections contain the journal in full text format. You can also check to see if we have the journal in a print format through the SOUTHcat catalog.
ü Notable Playwrights. edited by Carl Rollyson. Ref. PN 1625 .N68 2005
ü Oxford Companion to American Theatre. Ref PN 2220 .B6 2004
ü Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre & Performance. edited by Dennis Kennedy. 2003. Ref PN 2035 .O94 2003
ü Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre. edited by Colin Chambers.
ü 2002. Ref PN 2035 .C65 2002
ü British and Irish Dramatists since World War II. Second series. edited by John Bull. c2001. Ref PS 129 .D5 v.233
ü Encyclopedia of Stage Plays into Film. John Tibbetts, James M. Welsh. 2001. Ref PN 1997.85 .T544 2001
ü American Musical Theatre : A Chronicle. Gerald Bordman. Ref ML 1711 .B67 2001
ü Harvell, Tony A. Index to Twentieth-century Spanish Plays : in Collections, Anthologies, and Periodicals. 2000. Ref PQ 6115 .H37
ü Twentieth-century Literary Movements Dictionary. 2000. Ref PN 597 .T94 2000
ü Turco, Lewis. Book of Literary Terms : The Genres of Fiction, Drama, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism, and Scholarship. Ref PN 44.5 .T87 1999
ü Google Directory of Theatre. http://directory.google.com/Top/Arts/Performing_Arts/Theatre/
ü Google Directory of Drama. http://directory.google.com/Top/Arts/Literature/Drama/
ü Librarians’ Index to the Internet. http://www.lii.org Arts and Humanities>Performing Arts >Theater
ü CurtainUP. "The Internet Theater Magazine of Reviews, Features, Annotated Listings" Use the "Search" feature. http://www.curtainup.com
ü The Internet Theatre Bookshop. http://www.stageplays.com
ü Playbill http://www.playbill.com/index.php
ü Justin's Drama and Theatre Links. One of the largest theatre directories on the Web with over 5,000 links http://www.theatrelinks.com/
ü London Theatre Guide. http://www.londontheatre.co.uk "This guide was created in August 1995 to provide a reliable source of information pertaining to London Theatre on the Internet.
ü New York Theatre Guide. http://www.newyorktheatreguide.com/: "This guide was launched in October 2003 to provide a simple and easy source of information pertaining to New York Theatre.
ü Internat Broadway Database. http://www.ibdb.com/. “IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.”