​​​​​​​The Digital Archive:  Early Modern Drama is an open-access repository of early modern dramatic texts, which have not been ​easily to accessible scholars and students. This is, first, because the original texts—in French, German and Yiddish—have largely been available only in print form in selected University libraries.  One primary goal of the Archive is thus to collect these texts and upload them in two crucial and complementary formats:  as copies of the original texts; and as Word documents, transcr​​​​​​ibed for easier reference and reading. Additionally, these texts have not been accessible for international scholarship because of the lack of English translations—a situation that certainly forestalls a transnational discussion of such early modern drama.  A second primary goal of the Archive is thus to provide annotated translations of these plays in searchable PDF format. In this manner, the Archive provides a starting point for combinations of digital and print forms of publication.  Such an interrelated and interactive relationship provides a highly innovative way to link scholarly, critical work with an easy availability to the texts. The creation of the Digital Archive:  Early Modern Drama has been supported by a grant from the Israel Science Foundation, awarded to Prof. Chanita Goodblatt.  This Archive has been built and maintained with the aid of the staff of The Zalman Aranne Central Library at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and with the aid of Ms. Noy Sabag.​​​