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Paul Broughton recommends Box of Broadcasts
Box of Broadcasts
"Without doubt the best resource an acting student can have at their disposal for both research and practical tasks such as finding scenes for screen modules and show reels". Paul Broughton
Search for television or radio programmes recorded since 2007. Record your own broadcasts to view later or share with others. Compile play lists of recordings and save clips of the best bits.
BoB works best if you know the title of the programme you need. Try a search for Cathy Come Home, a landmark 1960s play about homelessness.
Use our Box of Broadcasts How-to Guide to find out more and for login instructions. library.tmc.ac.uk/bob
Rob Owen recommends Digital Theatre Plus
Digital Theatre Plus
"It’s important to see as much theatre as possible – unfortunately this can be quite expensive. Digital Theatre Plus is a great resource that has lots of online footage of live performances from the US and UK. It also has some fascinating interviews with internationally renowned practitioners discussing their craft". Rob Owen
Use Digital Theatre Plus for valuable insights from leading theatre folk discussing the theatre world; from rehearsals and dressing rooms to putting on a performance. Find documentaries, interviews and complete performances covering a wide variety of genres. Look out for performances from the worlds of opera, theatre, film, dance and music. View cutting edge shows such as 'Iphigenia in Splott' and 'A Blues for Nia' as well as more traditional performances of Shakespeare and classic plays.
Go to library.tmc.ac.uk/digital-theatre-plus for more information, login instructions and guides to searching Digital Theatre Plus
Drama Online has 2,245 full text plays, including contemporary and traditional texts, many with audio and video. Use play tools to filter individual character's lines. Find out what plays are about using their overviews. Find critical analysis and performance for many leading playwrights and notable plays. Read one of a small collection of theatre craft ebooks.
Search for plays using the genre or period options, i.e. search for avant-garde, in-yer-face, or poor theatre etc.
Use our How-to Guide for login instructions and videos on how to use Drama Online library.tmc.ac.uk/drama-online.
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