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  1. Note: 0 items
    Owing to the very specific nature of this module the reading materials provided will differ quite significantly from production to production. A specific Reading and Resource Pack will be designed per occurrence to meet the demands of the text and its contexts.
  2. Print Books 6 items
    1. Movement training for the modern actor - Mark Evans 2009

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    2. Making contemporary theatre: international rehearsal processes - Jen Harvie, editor, Andy Lavender editor 2010

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    3. An actress prepares: women and "the method" - Rosemary Malague 2012

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    4. Making theatre : from text to performance - Peter Mudford 2000

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    5. Theatre and citizenship: the history of a practice - David Wiles 2011

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  3. Journals 2 items
    Theatre Drama Review : Vol. 42 (2000) present
  4. Ebooks 1 item
    Off-campus access to ebooks may involve some extra steps: MyiLibrary – ignore the MyiLibrary login boxes and select UK Access Management Federation, locate University of Bolton and click login. EBSCO (Net Library) – ignore the EBSCO login boxes and select Shibboleth and then find UK Higher Education and University of Bolton to login.
    1. The production notebooks: vol 2 : theatre in process. - Mark Bly, Corey Madden, EBL ebooks, Theatre Communications Group 2001

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  5. Academic Databeses 3 items
    Academic databases will help you find information from numerous journals and magazines. The individual databases most relevant to your subject are listed below. Some of them are searchable via the Library’s integrated service, Discover@Bolton, listed below in the Library Resources section.
    1. MLA International Bibliography

      Webpage  MLA indexes books, articles and dissertations published on modern languages, literatures, folklore, some articles are available in full text. NOTE: MLA is not included in Discover@Bolton

    2. ProQuest Central

      Webpage  ProQuest Central is a multi-disciplinary database that covers over 150 subject areas. It includes full-text journal articles, trade publications, magazines, reports, newspapers and videos.

    3. Drama Online

      Webpage  Drama Online “provides contextual and critical background through scholarly works and practical guides”. The University of Bolton has access to the Bloomsbury and Faber Collection.

  6. Library Support 3 items
    Access information and help regarding resources relevant to your subject.
    1. Discover@Bolton | University of Bolton

      Webpage  Discover@Bolton is a single search engine to search for books, ebooks, ejournals and other Library resources. It allows you to search multiple databases simultaneously.

    2. LEAP Online

      Webpage  LEAP Online contains information on the skills you need to achieve to complete your studies. You may find the section on referencing particular useful.

    3. Subject Guides: Theatre

      Webpage  General information about Library services as well as subject specific information.

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