General materials on theatre are shelved in the PN and PS classification sections. To assist you in browsing the library collection, the following provides a further breakdown of these categories.
PN 1560 - PN 1590
Peforming Arts including Theater
PN 1600 - PN 1967
Drama Criticism & Theory
PN 2000 - PN 2053
Theater Production and Direction
PN 2055 - PN 2075
PN 2085 - PN 2096
Stage and Accessories
PN 2101 - PN 3307
History of the Theater
PN 6111 - PN 6120
Anthologies of Plays
PS 8163 - PS 8177.5
Canadian Theatre Criticism
PS 8307 - PS 8315.5
Collections of Canadian Plays
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