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This research guide supports ENGL 213: Drama. Use this guide as a starting point for your Expertise Reports.
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This research guide is designed to support ENGL 213:  Drama.  Use it as a starting point for completing your Expertise Reports.




Digital Exhibitions and Collections

The Art of Ancient Greek Theater: Online exhibition materials from The J. Paul Getty Museum that includes images of artifacts and audio of lines read from ancient Greek.

John Urban Stage Design Models & Documents: Joseph Urban was a designer and builder of such alternative worlds, for the opera stages of Boston and New York and for the Ziegfeld Follies...The many hundred models, watercolors, drawings, and plans that constitute the Joseph Urban Collection permit a more direct access to an era of American stage life than any photo graphic record might.


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