The world's largest collection of the printed works of Shakespeare as well as a repository of materials from the early modern period. Podcasts, excerpts from audio recordings of select plays, interactive resources and the ability to virtually meet with a referece library are all available.
Registration is free to this collaborative resource, which contains not only a searchable database, but a vast collection of images. A great resource for information about French theater, opera, ballet and divertissements during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Covers the period between the 1890's and 1930's, including Chekov, Stravinsky, Shostakovich and the entire theatrical milieu. Extensive entries for visual art, directors, designers, plays and many additional resources.
Connects different art archives and their digital databases. Widely diverse information (basic data, texts, images) on individuals, groups and institutions as well as details about exhibitions and literature.