Theatre: Overview

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Welcome to the Theatre guide. Throughout the guide's sections you will find our suggestions for key resources and information in this subject area.

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To get you started, here are the key shelfmark areas for your subject. The book collection for Theatre is located on the second floor; print journals will have the same shelfmark but all journals are on the third floor.

Subject Shelfmark
Acting PN2055-2074
Broadcasting PN1990-1992.95
Comedy PN1922-1949
Drama: general works PN1631-1633
Performing arts/show business PN1560-1590
The stage PN2085-2095

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