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 50 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.
Choose Cite This Title if you want to see sample citations in MLA, APA, and other styles.
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 easily from the Library homepage or by going into the catalog.
This particular journal is available in print and electronically, but you should check to see what volumes are available in each format. The print (bound) journals are either in the Reserve Room on the 4th Floor or stored in the ASRS (when you request volumes, they are sent to the Reserve Room on the 4th floor).
If you were using Modern Drama, for example, and you needed a pre-1997 issue, you would need to use the print versions in the Library.