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Non-Shakespearian Videos -- RSC Research Archive
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0407  Thursday, 12 February 2004

From:           Joanne Rochester <
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Date:           Wednesday, 11 Feb 2004 17:28:53 -0500
Subject:        Non-Shakespearian Videos -- RSC Research Archive

I've a query about the non-Shakespearian RSC videos listed on the
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust homepage, www.shakespeare.org.uk/main/3/235

They have a tantalizing list of videos of stage productions of
everything from the Alchemist to 'Tis Pity, but they are accessible at
their library, and only there. Does anyone know if these are available
anywhere else? I seem to remember seeing a video of a stage production
of Richard III done back in the 80's that was, I'm sure, from the RSC.

I'm looking for _The Alchemist_ at the moment, but I'd like to pass the
information on to the AV librarian at Robarts-the University of Toronto
has a Drama to 1642 course (which I'm teaching now, but for the last
time, alas) and it would be nice to have some of the plays available on
video.

Joanne Rochester

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