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  • Directory of online resources.
  • Clips from audio interviews with British playwrights.
  • Mounts online texts of plays not widely available in print, publishes working papers and responses on important issues, and provides research resources, including a detailed bibliography of works on Romantic drama & British women playwrights [last updated: 23 December 2001].
  • Annotated directory of relevant resources.
  • An "online guide to modern playwrights and theatre plays. Use the navigation bar to the left or the quick search alphabet above to begin searching for information on Plays, Playwrights, Literary Agents or Publishers."
  • This site contains original plays and screenplays, criticism, and links to other sites concerned with theatre. It publishes both classic and contemporary works.
  • Links to ancient Greek theatre resources.
  • An online index to plays in collections, anthologies & periodicals, devised at the Portland State Univ. Library. The database includes works from the late 19th Century through 1999.
  • This project connects to the concordances of ten plays which can be searched, counted, and printed.
  • A comprehensive collection of links covering all facets of medieval performance.
  • A well-organized and categorized set of links to reliable sites on various facets of medieval drama, dance and song.

  • This project has been established to document and analyse the theatrical and literary surge of interest in Greek texts and drama which is a phenomenon of the late twentieth century.
  • An undergraduate site "designed to help you develop strategies for reading and understanding plays, as well as to find ideas and develop them in writing."
  • Pointers to resources in over 50 countries for professionals, amateurs, academics and students. Includes a keyword search. The General Organizations and Resources and Theatre Image Collections Online categories are most helpful.
  • Guide to quality theatre and drama resources on the web. Links to international online journals, museums, theatre companies, and collections of theatre images.