"CASP is the first research project of its kind anywhere in the world devoted to the systematic exploration and documentation of the ways in which Shakespeare has been adapted into (and out of) a national, multicultural theatrical practice. One of the defining features of Canada's cultural (theatrical) heritage is the extent to which it relies on a dialogue with traditional Shakespearean theatre."
Version 2, launched in 2007 includes more multimedia files and "new pages on new areas of research with an emerging focus on French Canada; a huge amount of special resources, including documents, books, scholarly articles, reviews, images, and the like; a literacy video game and perhaps the most comprehensive and intensely multi-mediated study guide of Romeo and Juliet ever created."
A video and performance archive at MIT directed by Peter S. Donaldson. In addition to open access video, the site includes essays, interviews and many useful links.
This search engine serves as a type of concordance allowing users to search for words or phrases in Shakespeare's plays and poetry.
Presents digitized versions of primary documents relating the Shakespeare's life, work, and influence.
Includes the full text of the plays, poetry, and selected critical commentary that is out of copyright and available in the public domain.