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TumbleBook Cloud is an online collection of eBooks, audio books, and National Geographic videos. You can make your own notes in any eBook and read along to the narration paired with line by line highlighting in any enhanced novel. Enjoy the classics, popular graphic novels, short stories, drama, poetry, or non fiction content covering a variety of history, civics, and science topics.  Teachers and parents will find common core aligned educator resources also included.

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Clayton State Theater Presents The Importance of Being Earnest

earnestOn March 29th, The Importance of Being Earnest will take center stage at the Clayton County Performing Arts Center at 7:30 pm. Opening night is followed by shows on Saturday, March 30 at 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Additional performances April 11-13 and April 18-19 will take place at the Clayton State Theater room 132, in the Arts & Sciences building. Admission is free for students with your LakerCard. General admission is $5 for non-students.

We have a variety of resources in our collections to help you brush up on your Oscar Wilde knowledge. Browse the CSU Catalog search results for titles related to the play or use the following suggested resources to discover information on your own.

International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance with Full Text
Literature Criticism Online
MLA International Bibliography
Literary Reference Center
American Theatre (1995-present)
Modern Drama
The Oscar Wilde Collection

Want to read the play? The full-text is available through Project Gutenberg (pdf and Kindle versions available).

Got Questions? Ask a Librarian

Clayton State Theater Presents Macbeth

On Nov. 8, Macbeth marches on to the Clayton State Theater stage, room 132, in the Arts & Sciences building for five drama filled evenings. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m., and opening night is followed by shows on Nov. 9, Nov. 10, Nov. 15, and Nov. 16. Admission is free with your LakerCard for students, faculty and staff. General admission is $5 for non-students.

We have a variety of resources in our collections to help you brush up on your Shakespeare knowledge. Browse the CSU Catalog search results for titles related to the play or use the following suggested resources to discover information on your own.

Literary Reference Center
International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance with Full Text
MLA International Bibliography
Shakespeare Quarterly (1950-2006)
Shakespeare Studies (1975-present)
Shakespearean Criticism
Films on Demand: A First Look at Macbeth
Films on Demand: Drama and the Theater
LearnOutLoud.com Podcast: The Tragedy of Macbeth

Want to read the play? The full-text is available through Project Gutenberg (pdf and Kindle versions available).

Got Questions? Ask a Librarian

Circa 1600, William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616), English dramatist and poet. Born and spent his early life in Stratford-upon-Avon. Established in London as actor & playwright by 1592.