Collaboration in Theatre
Rotating special topics course focusing on a team-taught exploration of theoretical and practical approaches to issues of artistic collaboration in theatre production, through readings, guest lectures, paper-exercises, studio experiments, and production practice. The course features both cross-disciplinary investigations into models of collaboration and leadership, and advanced training in the student's chosen area of specialization. Depending on student interest and the expertise of the assigned faculty, areas of specialization in a given semester may include directing, scenic, lighting, costume, properties, projection, or sound design, playwriting, stage management, or production dramaturgy. Culminates each spring in a fully-produced series of one-act plays or other short-form theatrical works. Course may be repeated for credit, with a different area of specialization, pending permission of the instructors.
Prerequisite - Either THE 235 or THE 355
|Time|| T R
Time 0815 - 1105am