Contains a very large collection of the Alexander Street Press streaming video, including topics in history, art, international studies, dance, theater, and more.
This aggregated database provides access to all of KU’s Alexander Street Press collections. Video, audio, and text covering a wide variety of subject matters are included. In addition to contemporary sources, this database contains significant amounts of primary sources.
Search for and watch over 700 educational streaming vidoes, including all 37 of the BBC Shakespeare plays.
Covers three centuries of rare and modern dramatic works that together have formed the internationally recognized voice that is American theater. More than 1,500 plays are available, from over 500 playwrights.
The online version of Arts and Humanities Citation Index has been incorporated into the Web of Science database.
Provides 900 hours of video content covering the full scope of 20th and 21st century dance. The collection includes performances, documentaries, interviews, and instructional videos from the most influential performers and companies.
A streaming video database of theater productions, including Shakespeare, classics, musical theater, dance, opera, and recent British productions,
A digital library has been created as a response to the need for a high-quality online research tool for drama and literature students, professors, and teachers. It is the only resource to combine exclusively available play text content and scholarly publications with filmed live performances, film adaptations, and audio plays.
This resource is being supported through collaborative efforts between the KU Libraries and the Theatre Department.
Includes more than 3,900 plays in verse and prose from the late thirteenth century to the early twentieth. The database contains works acted on or intended for the stage. It includes masques, interludes, short dramatic pieces, translations and adaptations, closet dramas, and works written for children.
Provides access to biographies, bibliographies and critical analysis of authors from every age and literary discipline. Covers novelists, poets, essayists, journalists and other writers, with in-depth coverage of the most-studied authors. Includes essays on the history of specific publishing companies.
A basic resource for research in the fields of theatre and dance. Indexes more than 170 full-text journals and more than 360 full-text books.
Met Opera on Demand offers users instant access to more than 500 full-length Metropolitan Opera performances, including stunning HD videos from the Met's award-winning Live in HD series of movie theater transmissions, classic telecasts from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, and hundreds of radio broadcasts dating back to 1935. Please note this resource is not compatible with the iPad due to its use of Flash Player. The iPad app does not allow one to access the resource through one's institutional subscription. (Restricted to 5 simultaneous users.)
Find songs according to multiple parameters, including voice type, character's age, tempo, composer, lyricist, and more.
Provides indexing, abstracts, and selected full-text from many sources, covering film, theater, dance, stagecraft, television, and more. Full-text ranges from 1864 to the present.
Find citations to some 30,000 plays published individually or in collections from 1949 to the present. Covers a wide range of plays written in or translated into English, including one-act plays, pageants, plays in verse, radio and television plays, and classic drama. (Restricted to 1 simultaneous user.)
A literary journal with writers from around the world founded by Victoria Ocampo in 1931. Contents include literature, film, theatre, art, music, history, and politics. The electronic version offers all pages and images of the 364 issues, including covers and advertisements.
Provides access to hundreds of the world's most important plays, documentaries, interviews, and instructional materials.
Provides access to hundreds of the world's most important plays, documentaries, interviews, and instructional materials
Includes annotated entries for all important books, articles, book reviews, dissertations, theatrical productions, audiovisual materials, electronic media, and other scholarly and popular materials related to Shakespeare. The goal is to add material published or produced since 1900. Each year, coverage will move forward one year and backwards at least three years.