DRAM 116: Perspectives in the Theatre
This course provides a survey of the interrelationships of acting, directing, designing, and playwriting through the study of major periods of theatrical expression and representative plays. The course strives to equip the student with a common vocabulary and understanding of the concepts utilized in the study and collaborative work of the theatre.
- Instructor: Kimball King, PhD
- Credit-granting Institution: UNC-Chapel Hill
- Credit Hours: 3
- Assignments: 14
- View a sample course syllabus.
- Barranger, Theatre: A Way of Seeing, 6th edition (2006)
- Sophocles, trans. Nicholas Rudall, Antigone (1998)
- Ibsen, Four Major Plays, Vol. I (1992)
- Shepard, Buried Child (1997)
- Parks, The America Play (1995)
- Shaw, Pygmalion (1994)
- Shakespeare, ed. Frances Dolan, Richard II (2000)
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