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Until May 31st VAA community has temporary access to the audiovisual performances database Routledge Performance Archive. Supported by academic publisher Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), working with well-known and beginner creators and institutions (Peter Hulton’s Arts Archives and Victoria & Albert Museum). Some performances include transcribed sound recordings and broader descriptions for context, creators' biographies from The Routledge Companion to Theatre and Performance (Paul Allain ir Jen Harvie). The database has more than 90 hours of recordings and in addition to that it includes conversations with performers and stage arts critics.

A message from the General Editor Royd Climenhaga (The New School University, USA).

Database video presentation

Performance subjects: acting and actors training; comedy; dance; form & genre; performance art; political theatre and performance; popular theatre and performance; theatre-making and processes.

Access methods:

1. Free access from VAA computers.
2. Remote access from personal computer using EZproxy.

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