After two years of dedicated research and development, Digital Theatre and Routledge have launched the Routledge Performance Archive - an unparalleled international performing arts archive of video, audio and text for educational institutions around the world.
Our partnership provides unique access to a world-class archive of primary audio-visual materials by some of the world's greatest practitioners. This fully searchable, contextualised and cross-referenced resource includes over 40 hours of material brought together for the first time from a number of private archives and will continue to grow, with additional material added every three months.
Highlights in the Archive include interviews with Stanislavski's translator, the late Jean Benedetti, and a 1993 workshop by Mike Pearson, co-director of the recent Royal Shakespeare Company/National Theatre Wales production of Coriolanus for the World Shakespeare Festival.
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