You can find books, videos/DVDs, periodicals, and sound recordings in the catalog. The basic search is available on the Library homepage.
You can set limits by choosing Advanced Catalog search. Below is a sample search using the keyword Stanislavsky:
This particular search resulted in over 80 records. The records show you the location and status of the item as well as subject headings. You can send a text message to yourself with all of this info by clicking on Send via Text Message. To find where the book is in the library, click on Map It.
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If you want to find more materials like this one, you can click on individual subject headings. For example, if you click on "Theater--History--20th Century," you will see a list of over 40 records with that subject heading.
For a list of recommended list of reference works in theatre and a guide to the Library of Congress call numbers within theatre and drama, go here.
If you need to find a specific journal and are not sure if the Library has it available in print or electronically, you can search by title in the Library Catalog.
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