What's a periodical?
A periodical is a magazine, journal, newspaper, or similar item that comes out periodically, i.e. once a week, month, etc.
It's good to be able to distinguish between scholarly and non-scholarly periodicals, especially for more advanced research. See the Scholarly Journals guide for more info.
To find out if a journal is considered scholarly, check the Ulrich's database by doing a search for the title of the journal.
If you see a little referee shirt icon then the journal title is considered peer reviewed "aka" scholarly.
You can get to online Theatre & Dance journals from the library's website.
Go to the smaller square on the right on the library web page, and click on the link labelled "Periodical List."
Periodical List is a listing of all the journals the library owns along with information like which which library databases have online issues, what years the library owns/has access to, and where print copies are located.
You can also use Periodical List to browse a list of journals in different subject areas. (More on that later)
This is what periodical list looks like when you search for a journal by its name:
Browzine is a way for you to browse online journals from Alkek, create virtual bookshelves with your favorite journals, and access online journal articles from Alkek on your phone or tablet using the Browzine app (iOS, Android, & Kindle). You can also access Browzine on the web.