The MIT Libraries have many scripts from a range of playwrights. Unfortunately, there is no good way to pull up an exhaustive list of what we have online, but there are several ways you might locate some of what we have.
This database allows you to search for plays by genre, number of characters, theme, etc. If you find a play that looks interesting, search for the title in Barton, our library catalog:
Search for Specific Titles/Writers
If you have a particular script or author in mind, you can do either a title or author search in Barton:
Browse the Shelves
Check the following call number ranges:
Note that this suggestion is only for plays that we've recently acquired. However, because they're much smaller and thinner than other books on the shelf, scripts usually stand out if you're looking in those call number ranges.
Use MIT's WorldCat to Locate Scripts in Other Libraries
MIT's WorldCat allows you to request directly from other non-MIT libraries - just click on the "request" button for the script you want:
Search Harvard's Collection