Digital Theatre +

Carys Adamson
Thursday 16 April 2020

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You can now access Digital Theatre + through the University Library. It provides online access to a digital streaming video collection of unique films of current, world leading theatre productions. 

  • Over 1000 full length productions from more than 50 world class theatre companies 
  • High quality digital capture of live productions 
  • Behind-the-scenes documentaries  
  • Detailed introductions, plot summaries, character biographies, relationship maps, language analysis, scene studies, performance backgrounds and historical contexts.
Join 1600+ institutions around the world already accessing over 1000 digital productions and learning resources, mapped to the English and Drama curriculum. Performance. Unlimited. Digital Theatre + the world's leading platform for performing arts education. Watch the finest theatre productions and download resources; any time, on any device. What we do: We provide over 3 million students around the world with access to productions and English & Drama resources. As a Digital Theatre plus subscriber you have access to: 450+ classic, contemporary and international productions, with many exclusive to DT+. 280+ in-depth interviews exploring the creative, technical theatre-making processes, as well as experimental, post-dramatic and applied theatre. 220+ essays, documentaries, study guides and lectures, covering theatre history, theory, and practical techniques.
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Use the Plays and ProductionsPractice and Practitioners, and Theory and Criticism tabs to explore the collection.  At the bottom of each of these you’ll find a search form which allows you to filter by title, genre and type, etc.  Alternatively use the Interactive Subject Catalogue to view a range of resources by subject area.

Watch the finest theatre productions, interviews with leading professionals in the world of theatre, and explore learning resources any time, on any device.

Digital Theatre + resources are licensed for the purposes of education, teaching, distance learning, private study, and research to staff and students of the University of St Andrews.  They cannot be used for public screenings.

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