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Last Updated: Aug 6, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Your theatre research librarian


I'm Kathryn Kalmanson, your theatre and drama research specialist. Please let me know when you need help with your research!

The best way to reach me is by email. I check my email frequently during each work day, even when I'm not in my office.

My office phone is 410-543-6190. You can also call my mobile phone at 410-845-9093. If I can't answer at that moment, be sure to leave a message so that I can get back to you. You can also send me a text message at the mobile number.

My office is in Blackwell Library--BL129b. You're totally welcome to stop by any time I'm there. My door is usually closed because people are studying nearby, but please come on in. I'm always glad to see you!

Office Hours

Monday 2:00-4:00pm


Tuesday12:30-1:45 pm

FH234 (piano lab)

Thursday 2:00 - 3:30


Friday 10:00am-12 noon

FH 234 (piano lab)

 Other times by appointment or drop in



What they said

“Drama is real life – with the dull parts left out.”   --Alfred Hitchcock

"I just am committed wholeheartedly to theatre with no intermission."     -- Lady Gaga



This guide will show you how to find information about plays and playwrights and how to find the plays themselves.

It will also lead you to some specialized sources for theatre--information on technology, lighting, scenery, costume, makeup, and other aspects of the theatrical arts.

I hope you'll find good resources through this guide.  But I'm backstage, waiting for my cue to help you with any aspect of your research ! So be sure to let me know if you have any questions or need research help.

Please send me your suggestions and comments about this guide. 


"All the world's a stage . . . "

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Blackwell Library - Salisbury University--
Salisbury, MD
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