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American Society for Theatre Research
Provides sources for theatre information on topics like instruction, production, and career opportunities.
American Variety Stage
A multimedia anthology selected from various Library of Congress holdings; includes theater playbills and programs, sound recordings, and motion pictures.
Artslynx Theatre Resources
An extensive database of information on every aspect of theatre, including (but not limited to!) acting, stage management, and lighting, scenery, and costume design.
The Broadway League: The Official Website of the Broadway Theatre Industry
Provides information on special Broadway events and programs, as well as research and statistical information about Broadway theatre
production in North America.
The Dramaturgy Pages
Provides a description of dramaturge and links to dramaturgical research.
Federal Theatre Project Collection
Contains over 13,000 images of items from the Federal Theatre Project Collection at the Library of Congress, including state/costume designs, still photographs, and scripts.
McCoy's Guide to Theatre and Performance Studies
A well-organized research guide maintained by Ken McCoy, Ph.D., at Stetson University. McCoy specializes in non-commercial, off-the-beaten-path sources and lists the favorites that he returns to again and again.
A cyber encyclopedia covering musical theatre, television, and film.
National Association of Schools of Theatre
Provides links to NAST-accredited theater departments and programs.
Provides features, latest news, ticket information, and job listings for Broadway, Off-Broadway, London, and regional/national tours..
Playwriting Opportunities for the E-Merging Writer
Lists upcoming play writing competitions, contests, retreats, workshops, theatre links, ongoing submissions and year-round deadlines for playwrights.
Established locally, this site lists lists all professional and community theaters in the DC/MD/VA area. Provides reviews of productions and links to other theatrical resources.
Easy access to Shakespeare's monologues for actors. Start by selecting monologues for men or women, then choose from among comedies, histories, or tragedies.