Skip to Main Content

THEATRE 410: Stage Directing

What's New

UWM Libraries now has access to Mango Languages!

Mango Languages is an online language learning platform that offers courses in over 75 languages, including English as a second language. Mango provides an easy-to-use mobile app for IOS and Android, making language learning accessible 24-7.  

Use this direct link to Mango, pick a language, and start learning! A link to Mango is also available on the UWM Libraries website via the A-Z Databases list.

UWM Libraries now has access to Visible Body Suite. Visible Body Suite is an interactive 3D anatomy tool that includes a human anatomy atlas, comprehensive references for biological concepts and processes, and detailed animations. Visible Body Suite includes access to five different apps: Human Anatomy Atlas, Visible Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Muscle Premium, and Physiology Animations. 

PLEASE NOTE: a personal account is required to use this resource. If you already have a Visible Body Courseware account, please use a different email address to create a Web Suite account.

UWM Libraries subscribe to a number of music streaming databases that are constantly adding new content. There have been lots of recent additions to Music Online: Jazz Music Library, which has hundreds of thousands of jazz tracks available for instant access!

Theatre 410


This guide is intended to support work for Theatre 410. Directing students may find library resources useful for locating playscripts, filmed productions, dramaturgy resources, and scholarly discussions. For Theatre 410, I've compiled some resources to help you locate an appropriate scene for your directing project, and biographical information about directors.

Theater Resources

Theater Resources in the UWM Libraries

The UWM Libraries offer a range of resources of use to students of theater, including:

  • Streaming performances and documentaries.
  • Printed plays, scenes, and monologue collections.
  • Scholarly books and articles about plays, theater history, acting, and productions.
  • Access to magazines and newspapers, including reviews and trade periodicals for theater professionals.
  • Primary sources on the history of theater, especially in Milwaukee.
  • A dedicated Music & Performing Arts Librarian to help you with your research!

This guide will help you explore the resources most relevant to your class, both inside and outside the library. If you need help, use the contact information on the left to contact a librarian.

Essential Library Services