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New Books in the Theatre and Dance Collection

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Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Directing - Christopher Innes; Maria Shevtsova
Call Number: GV1601 .D38 2013
ISBN: 9780521844499
Publication Date: 2013-05-02

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Designer Drafting and Visualizing for the Entertainment World - Patricia Woodbridge; Hal Tine
Call Number: T357 .W56 2013
ISBN: 9780240818917
Publication Date: 2013-04-23

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Dance on Its Own Terms - Melanie Bales (Editor); Karen Eliot (Editor)
Call Number: GV1601 .D38 2013
ISBN: 9780199939985
Publication Date: 2013-06-03

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Theatre for Young Audiences - Tom Maguire (Editor); Karian Schuitema (Editor)
Call Number: GV1601 .D38 2013
ISBN: 9781858565019
Publication Date: 2013-03-01



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Find Items on Theatre and Dance in the Library Collection

Call numbers for books and DVDs including Theater and Dance subjects are:

P language and Literature (general)

  • PN (1560-1590) The performing arts. Show business
  • PN (1600-3299) The drama
  • PN (1660-1692) Dramatic composition
  • PN (1865-1999) Special types of drama
  • PN (2000-3299) Dramatic representation

G Geography (general)

  • GV (1580-1799) Dancing
  • GV (1800-1860) Circuses, carnivals, etc.

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