Here are some links to other pages and directories that may be of
interest (caveat lector--these may be out of date):
- Excerpts from an article in Back
Stage (November 13-19, 1998)
about Theatre departments in Ivy League and "Seven Sister" colleges and
Universities, including the University of Pennsylvania's Theatre Arts
- A list of what's playing
in Philadelphia from Roberta Stack's home page, with a map of
- Theatre History Sites:
- The University of Pennsylvania
on-line catalogue; and the Chadwyck-Healey database of Literature Online,
including an electronic archive of English Drama,
available through the library to Penn faculty and students.
- Electronic scripts of English Classics, and Moliere.
- Electronic scripts of Moliere in French.
- Electronic scripts of the Greek, Chinese, and Persian theatres.
- Electronic scripts of Chekhov, Ibsen, and other translations in the public domain.
- Electronic scripts of English translations of Japanese No plays.
- Some interesting Shakespeare sites:
- Electronic texts of Shakespeare's
plays and poems (via gopher).
- Electronic texts from M.I.T.
- And electronic edition of The Sonnets from
the University of Toronto.
- An electronic edition from Japan.
- Photographic facsimiles of the 1619 Quarto of King
Lear and of the 1623 First Folio of King
Lear from the University of Pennsylvania Library.
- A photographic facsimile of the First Folio, from Tufts
- A web site for Scholarly
editions of Shakespeare on the Internet,
including linked editions of the multiple texts of Romeo and
Juliet, Hamlet, and King Lear.
- The Enfolded
Hamlet, a searchable text linking Q2 and F editions, edited by
- A webb site linking the texts of Hamlet with the 1608 text of Bellefrost's The Historie of Hamblet, one of the play's sources.
- "Hamlet on the Ramparts"--variant texts and produciton history material.
- The Oxford Shakespeare, with a searhable databse, through Bartleby.
- Electronic texts from the Electronic Texts Center of the University of
- A Measure
for Measure site, in progress, created
by Ed Isser.
- An excellent Shakespeare web site,
including links to other sites, and a list of
- The Shakespeare Web home page,
and in particular the list of
Companies, Festivals, and Productions.
- A site with Shakespearean
- The home page for the Shakespeare
Globe Center. (Hey, the whole
project may be historiographically questionable, but it's an awesome
building, not to mention a home page with some great graphics and some
- The on-line catalogue of the Folger Shakespeare Library.
- The home page of ACTER,
A Center for Theatre,
Education, and Research, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
- McGill University's Shakespeare
- A study guide to A
Midsummer Night's Dream, including
Midsummer Night's Dream, including
Encyclopedia Brittanica Shakespeare site, including some
audio and silent-movie video clips for downloading.
- The home page of The World
- The web site of the Shakespeare
Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon.
- The Shakespare site of the Arden Shakespeare.
- The complete works of
Christopher Marlowe, from Tufts University.
Connections, a site for Philadelphia
Shakespeare performance and resources.
- A list of the video archives of the Theatre Museum in London.
- A streaming video of the complete film version of the 1964 Broadway production of Hamlet, directed by John Gielgud, and starring Richard Burton.
- A downloadable silent one-minute video clip of John Gieldud as
Romeo, with Gwen Ffrangeon-Davies as Juliet, from 1924.
- Sher's Shakespeare Index.
- The website for the Shakespeare in Europe conference, including links
to multi-lingual editions and
adaptations of Shakespeare's plays.
- The website of SHAKSPER, the on-line discussion group.
- A wesite of documents of Shakespeare and his Critics.
- A web site dedicated to Chekhov Studies.
- The website for Dramaturgy
from the University of Puget Sound.
- The website of the the American Theatre Critics Association.
- A directory of
playscripts, including Greek, French, Spanish, and German plays.
- Images from the La Mama Experimental
- The home page of the British
Library, with a search engine for its
- The Drama
and Theatre Studies pages of "The Voice of the Shuttle."
- The Guide to Theatre
Resources on the Internet.
- Another guide, Yahoo.
- And another, Theatre Central
- Broadway and
Off-Broadway Theatre Listings.
- The UK Theatre Web, including
access to theatre schedules in London and elsewhere in England.
- Various guides to theatre in New York: Aisle Say, The New York Theatre Experience, The New York
Theare Wire, The Off Off Broadway Review, and Theatre Reviews Limited.
- The Philadelphia Liberty Net, which
includes a still-incomplete directory and listing of arts organizations and
events in Philadelphia.
- another in-progress web site of Philadelphia Theatre
- The Theatre Alliance of
Greater Philadelphia, which includes a way to order half-price tickets on line in advance to Philadelphia theatre events.
- Philadelphia area theatre listings from the City
- TPI, an electronic theatre
- The Muse Project, a web site that uhcludes on-line versions of several theatre
- Arts on the
Line, a web site for arts advocacy, including up-to-date information
about votes pending in the House and Senate regarding the NEA and NEH, and
the voting records of representatives and senators.