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Last Updated: May 6, 2014
This guide has been developed as a general introduction to resources in the field of Theatre. It is not a comprehensive listing of sources, but rather a starting point from which you can begin your research according to your information needs.
Short on time? Just want to dive right in? Start here.
- Theatre in Video
More than 250 plays and video documentaries online in streaming video.
Includes interviews with directors, designers, writers and actors.
- Literature Resource Center (Gale)
Includes Drama Criticism, Drama for Students, Contemporary Dramatists, Shakespeare Criticism, Dictionary of Literary Biography and more. Plot summaries, overviews, criticism, biographies, etc.
- MLA International Bibliography
Indexes scholarly journals and books related to literature, drama and the dramatic arts.
- Theatre Journals at UFV
List of print and online theatre journals at UFV.
- V & A Museum: Stage Costume
This resource looks at the art and science of designing, making and wearing stage costumes, with detailed examples of items from the V&A Theatre Collections.
- Play Index (1953-2007)
Indexes plays in collections. Find this print source on the Index Shelf in Reference at both Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses
- My Library Account
Renew your library materials to avoid fines ... oh, and check to see if you owe fines, too
- Library FAQ
Frequently asked questions about the library ... by the way, where is that stapler?
- Library How-to's
Tutorials on using the library ... from the library catalogue to "Where can I get this?" and beyond
- Guide for Students at a Distance
Don't come to campus? These services are for you
- Citing Sources
Guides to citing sources in popular formats, including APA, MLA, Chicago, and ASA
Keep track of your research sources, integrate them into your paper and create your bibliography with the click of a mouse
- Research Assignment Planner
How to complete your research project in 10 steps and on time
This guide was created by Lisa Morry and Patti Wilson.