The following resources are study tools to support your learning.
Mapping big concepts: in dramaturgy
Go Conqr Mindmap: this tool allows students to “connect the dots” to visualize their learning
Tool to understand all of the “branches” from a central concept.
Jamboard: this is an interactive whiteboard you add to individually or with collaborators
You can add “post it notes” and other textboxes to see a concept visually.
The following links are great for learning on the go, and if you understand things better when folks talk them through.
HowlRound Theatre Commons’ Podcast: HowlRound is a leading website for current arts happenings, focusing on inclusive, diverse storytelling communities.
This podcast covers a breadth of topics in playmaking and arts/social justice projects.
The Narrative Breakdown: this podcast is all about writing and crafting stories.
This linked episode (“Dramaturgy”) talks about the dramaturg/writer relationship.
Here are websites with links that can enrich your understanding of the course, as well as support your research assignments.
Drew University Library Research Resources by subject: visit this page for links to databases that are geared specifically towards theatre arts.
Links include Kanopy (for documentaries), Performing Arts Periodicals Database, International Encylopedia of Dance, and more.
Resource guide (compiled by NYU)
Links that support understanding the basic overview of dramaturgy as a discipline
Including a Handbook for student dramaturgs and a guide for dramaturgy programs
(have to make a free account to access)
More resources (compiled by Emerson College)
Including links to performing arts databases
Questions? Need Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library