Beckett on Film
The "Beckett on Film" project has filmed all nineteen of Samuel Beckett's plays.
The Samuel Beckett Endpage
A multiple resource site for all those interested in the life and works of Samuel Beckett, which also houses The Samuel Beckett Society, an international organization of scholars, students, directors, actors, and others who share an interest in the work of Samuel Beckett.
The Samuel Beckett On-line Resources and Links Page
Links to numerous Beckett-related resources, book reviews, play reviews, Web sites, articles, videos, recordings, events, and more.
Apmonia: A site for Samuel Beckett
Comprehensive site containing biographical information, features, interviews, photographs, links, papers, and more.
Samuel Beckett Recitation
Features a daily Samuel Beckett discussion chatroom, most heavily visited between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.
The Samuel Beckett Centre
Homepage for The Samuel Beckett Centre, the 208-seat theatre of Trinity College Dublin's School of Drama.
The Official Web Site of the Nobel Foundation
Samuel Beckett won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1969.
The Beckett International Foundation Web Page
The Beckett International Foundation administers and coordinates the academic and bibliographical resources of the Beckett Collection, the largest and most extensive collection of Beckett materials in the world.
PLAYBILL ONLINE is an excellent place to find listings for Broadway, off-Broadway, and off-off Broadway shows. It also features news stories about the theatre industry.
The Theatre Communications Group
TCG is a national service organization that exists to strengthen, nurture, and promote not-for-profit American theatre.
Broadway.com has extensive information about Broadway shows.
The Off-Off-Broadway Review Online
A great resource for off-off-Broadway shows.
The WWW Virtual Library, Theatre and Drama
A compendium of links to theatre resources in over 50 countries.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts : The Billy Rose Theatre Collection
The Billy Rose Theatre Collection of The New York Public Library is one of the largest and most comprehensive archives devoted to the theatrical arts