This seems to be virtually impossible to find.
I did discover a theater museum in the UK that lets you watch videos of dramatic productions, but apparently only if you are at the theater.
Someone said he borrowed “a copy of the BBC Duchess of Malfi from Indiana University’s Audio Visual Services.” I wonder if I could get interlibrary loan for that?
I found a Burton-Taylor video of Doctor Faustus which no one liked. But Marlowe is a contemporary, too.
I’d like to find four videos of Elizabethan plays that my class could watch and discuss this summer. I want them not to have to read them at home because they’re supposed to be working on their research papers that week.
I did find a book on teaching The White Devil at our library.