The research archive is composed of five parts; navigate to the desired section with the dropdown menu to the left, or by clicking on the links below:
- Subject Bibliographies:
Lists of published research on specific topics. Go here if you have questions about a specific issue or topic.
- Book Bibliography (annotated):
A list of books on a variety of rigging subjects. The content is reviewed and categorized so students and teachers can identify which book is most appropriate for their personal use. This bibliography is searchable and tagged with key words.
- SAR^3 Original Research:
Archive of research produced by SAR^3. These articles are also included in the Subject Bibliographies as well.
- Online Resources (annotated):
A list of online resources that riggers can access to improve their rigging practice. Each resource is reviewed so the reader can determine which resources are appropriate for their own use.
We have read through a series of periodicals and made alphabetical indexes to a their contents to help you find literature you are interested in reading.