Courses - Upcoming

UW General Catalog has brief descriptions of all Drama courses. More complete descriptions for certain courses are available by following the links below.

For the most up-to-date information on enrollment, meeting times, and locations, please consult the UW Time Schedule.

Summer 2016 A-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum DRAMA 250: Acting Skills For Everyday Life: Presence: Voice, Speech, and Persona for Public Professionals

Presence: Voice, Speech, and Persona for Public Professionals

Hardly a profession across the campus does not, at some point, meet the public. Whether this occurs in classrooms, boardrooms, or courtrooms, routinely or occasionally, they offer brief and valuable moments to present ideas, products, positions, and people.  No idea, product, or argument can...

VLPA
A - 11089 Odai Johnson MTWTh 13:10-15:20
HUT 130
sum DRAMA 316: Theatrical Makeup

Basic principles, with intensive practice in application of makeup for use on proscenium and arena stages.

This is an entry level technical make up workshop based class. Most of the work is completed within the time limitations of the class. This course offers the student a practical guide to the theory and practice of different levels of stage make up.

Students are required to purchase...

VLPA
A - 11092 Josie Gardner T Th 10:50-13:00
PHT *
sum DRAMA 316: Theatrical Makeup

Basic principles, with intensive practice in application of makeup for use on proscenium and arena stages.

This is an entry level technical make up workshop based class. Most of the work is completed within the time limitations of the class. This course offers the student a practical guide to the theory and practice of different levels of stage make up.

Students are required to purchase...

VLPA
B - 11093 Josie Gardner T Th 13:10-15:10
PHT *
sum DRAMA 317: Introduction To Costume Construction: Introduction To Theatrical Costuming CosPlay Intensive

Introduction to clothing construction techniques applicable to theatrical costumes, fashion design, and textile arts. Includes lectures, demonstrations, and practice lab.

Class will focus on design, research and fabrication. Students will learn how to use professional shop equipment, machine and hand sewing techniques, explore armor mediums and will be expected to complete a wearable costume. The aim of this class is to support the participant in fabricating their... VLPA
A - 11094 Deborah Skorstad M W 08:30-11:50
HUT 135
sum DRAMA 410: Advanced Theatre Technical Practices

Production-related apprenticeship, in the areas of scene construction, scene painting, costume, or lighting. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 11096 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 441: Beginning Playwriting

Writing exercises and drafts of a one-act play provide first experience in writing for performance. Readings of representative one-act plays introduce genres and writing styles.

This course introduces students to the elements, art and discipline of playwriting, by exploration of established works and creation of original one-act plays, scenes and monologues. By the course's conclusion, students will have completed a revised draft of a one-act play, and hear a scene from...

VLPA
A - 11097 Scott Hafso M W 12:00-14:00
HUT 150
sum DRAMA 455: Alexander Technique

A practical and theoretical introduction to the Alexander Technique, a psychophysical re-education process developed by F. M. Alexander (1869-1955). Studio application of this work improves physical/vocal coordination, enhances creativity, and clarifies thinking.

"The hallmarks of the Alexander Technique are creativity, spontaneity, and adaptability to change." - A.R. Alexander
This class is a practical and theoretical introduction to the Alexander Technique, a psychophysical re-education process developed by F. M. Alexander (1869-1955). Studio...

VLPA
A - 14266 Cathy Madden MTWThF 18:30-21:30
HUT 211
sum DRAMA 491: Special Studies In Design-Technical A - 11102 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 499: Undergraduate Research A - 11105 to be arranged -
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Summer 2016 B-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum DRAMA 317: Introduction To Costume Construction: Introduction To Theatrical Costuming CosPlay Intensive

Introduction to clothing construction techniques applicable to theatrical costumes, fashion design, and textile arts. Includes lectures, demonstrations, and practice lab.

Class will focus on design, research and fabrication. Students will learn how to use professional shop equipment, machine and hand sewing techniques, explore armor mediums and will be expected to complete a wearable costume. The aim of this class is to support the participant in fabricating their... VLPA
B - 11095 Deborah Skorstad M W 08:30-11:50
HUT 135
sum DRAMA 457: Creating Drama

Covers learning and application of creative methodologies for the theatre artist. Students study established systems of creative development, the use non-dramatic source texts as a foundation for adaptation into dramatic theatre pieces. Emphasizes artistic entrpreneurship, group collaboration, and applied narrative theories.

In this course students will experiment and explore various ways of creating and building stories for the stage. Using a combination of published and original text, we will assemble a 'play' to be performed at the end of the term. Various performance and storytelling techniques, including...

VLPA
A - 11098 L. Zane Jones T Th 13:10-17:00
HUT 218
sum DRAMA 493: Drama Internship

Supervised experiences in an off-campus venue.

A - 11103 to be arranged -
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Summer 2016 Full-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum DRAMA 103: Theatre Appreciation

Covers the art of live theatrical performance. Discussion of how theatre is assembled, who the artists are, what they do, how theatre differs from other media, and how the various genres and styles of performance function, to create a deeper understanding of live performance. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 11087 Bahar Karlidag to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 498: Theatre Production

Laboratory course for students participating in School of Drama major productions. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 11104 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 599: Advanced Studies In Theatre Arts

Independent projects or group study of specialized aspects of theatre arts. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 11106 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 11107 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 700: Master's Thesis A - 11108 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 11109 to be arranged -
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sum DRAMA 800: Doctoral Dissertation B - 11110 to be arranged -
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Autumn 2016

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13510 M W F 12:30-13:20
JHN 102
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AB - 13512 T Th 12:30-13:20
SWS 032
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AC - 13513 T Th 11:30-12:20
CMU 230
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AD - 13514 T Th 12:30-13:20
SWS 038
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AE - 13515 T Th 11:30-12:20
BNS 117
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AF - 13516 T Th 12:30-13:20
SWS B014
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AG - 13517 T Th 11:30-12:20
PAB B164
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AI - 13519 T Th 11:30-12:20
THO 125
aut DRAMA 101: Introduction To The Theatre

The theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production. The role of the various theatre artists: actors, directors, designers, and playwrights. Required attendance at one or more performances. Lecture and discussion groups. For nonmajors. Offered: AWSp.

AJ - 13520 T Th 12:30-13:20
SIG 230
aut DRAMA 201: Plays And Styles

Introduces theatre practitioners to the principles of play construction, to the process of reading and conceiving plays for production, and to the basic vocabulary of artistic styles through which plays are produced. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13521 Jason Eckard M W F 10:00-11:20
HUT 130
aut DRAMA 201: Plays And Styles

Introduces theatre practitioners to the principles of play construction, to the process of reading and conceiving plays for production, and to the basic vocabulary of artistic styles through which plays are produced. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
B - 13522 Robert Wighs M W F 11:30-12:50
HUT 130
aut DRAMA 212: Theatre Technical Practice

Intensive lecture-laboratory in basic theories, techniques, and equipment of the stage. Stage lighting.

VLPA
A - 13527 Andrew D. Smith T 14:00-16:50
HUT 171
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

VLPA
A - 13529 M 11:30-12:50
HPT *
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AA - 13530 W F 11:30-13:20
HUT 205
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AB - 13531 W F 11:30-13:20
HUT 208
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AC - 13532 T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 205
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AD - 13533 T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 208
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AE - 13534 W F 11:30-13:20
HUT 202
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AF - 13535 T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 202
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AG - 13536 W F 11:30-13:20
HUT 211
aut DRAMA 251: Acting

Explores theory and practice of fundamentals of American "method," based on principles of Stanislavsky and their American evolution. Development of basic acting skills through monologue work. Offered: AW.

AH - 13537 T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 211
aut DRAMA 290: Theatre Technical Practices Laboratory

Laboratory course involving specific production assignment, either in-shop or in-theatre or both. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13538 Anne Stewart to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 291: Theatre Technical Practices Laboratory

Laboratory course involving specific production assignment, either in-shop or in-theatre or both. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13539 Anne Stewart to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 292: Theatre Technical Practices Laboratory

Laboratory course involving specific production assignment, either in-shop or in-theatre or both. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13540 Anne Stewart to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 302: Critical Analysis Of Theatre

Analyses of plays, based on leading critical traditions. Illustrates variety of approaches to a play, criteria for choosing best approach for a given play, and ways in which criticism aids in understanding dramatic effect, for both reader and practitioner. Prerequisite: DRAMA 201. Instructors: Mihaylova

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A - 13542 Stefka Mihaylova M W F 10:00-11:20
HUT 154
aut DRAMA 303: The Structure Of Dramatic Narrative

Examines the nature and structures of storytelling and the dramatic arts through seminal works on the topic and through examples of narrative from different parts of the world. Combines reading and lectures with student presentation skills. No previous performance experience necessary.

What's the root of drama? Conflict. How do human beings create and resolve conflict? Dialogue. Does this work? Not always.

Drama 303 examines old and new plays to understand human struggle through written and performed drama. Scripts are a way of holding multiple points of view to tell a...

VLPA
A - 13543 Karen Hartman T Th 09:30-11:20
HUT 154
aut DRAMA 317: Introduction To Costume Construction

Introduction to clothing construction techniques applicable to theatrical costumes, fashion design, and textile arts. Includes lectures, demonstrations, and practice lab.

VLPA
A - 13544 Deborah Skorstad Th 09:00-11:20
HUT 135
aut DRAMA 351: Intermediate Acting-Scene Study

Actor-training methodologies of Stanislavsky, Meyerhold, Michael Chekov, and other physically-based approaches. Increases understanding of psychological motivation, concentration, focus of attention, clarity of physical expressiveness. Perform three scenes. Prerequisite: DRAMA 252; one of DRAMA 210, DRAMA 211, DRAMA 212, or DRAMA 213; one of DRAMA 290, DRAMA 291, or DRAMA 292.

VLPA
A - 13545 L. Zane Jones M W F 09:30-11:20
HUT 208
aut DRAMA 371: Theatre History I

Explores the history of European theatre and theatre culture from ancient Greece and Rome, through the High Middle Ages, to the emergence of the first professional theatres in Elizabethan England and Spain in the Golden Age. Prerequisite: DRAMA 201.

I&S, VLPA
A - 13546 Odai Johnson T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 130
aut DRAMA 391: Beginning Technical Practices

Laboratory course involving specific production assignments, either in-shop or in-theatre, or both.

VLPA
A - 13547 Anne Stewart to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 416: History Of Western Dress

Survey history of Western dress. Emphasis on use of this information by theatrical costume designers. Includes development of costume for drama, ballet, and opera. Prerequisite: DRAMA 302. Instructors: Gates Offered: A.

VLPA
A - 13550 Franz-Knight, Kira A. M W 17:00-19:20
HUT 130
aut DRAMA 419: Advanced Stage Lighting Design

Development of a working process consistent with current professional practice. Includes drafting, worksheets, study of color. Students read plays and develop analytical skills.

VLPA
A - 13551 Geoff Korf M 10:30-13:20
HUT 150
aut DRAMA 421: Drawing And Rendering Techniques For The Theatre

Weekly figure-drawing laboratories with live model and weekly field trips for laboratories in drawing natural phenomena and architectural detail. Studies in historical drawing styles. Practice in use of several media and techniques of expression.

VLPA
A - 13553 Jane Richlovsky F 09:00-12:50
HUT 172
aut DRAMA 456: Topics In Theatre For Youth

Topics in rehearsal and performance of theatre for young audiences; basic principles and techniques for using drama in the classroom; and creating original work for young audiences.

VLPA
A - 13556 Myra Platt T Th 09:30-11:20
HUT 205
aut DRAMA 460: Introduction To Directing

Student is introduced to the art of the stage director.

VLPA
A - 13557 Bond, Timothy J T Th 11:30-13:20
HUT 218
aut DRAMA 466: Stage Management

Study and practice of stage management.

VLPA
A - 13558 Anne Stewart T 13:30-14:50
HUT 130
aut DRAMA 466: Stage Management

Study and practice of stage management.

VLPA
B - 13559 Anne Stewart to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 490: Special Studies In Acting-Directing A - 13560 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 490: Special Studies In Acting-Directing: Performance Videography B - 13561 Andrew Tsao
Kwame Braun
M 14:00-16:50
HPT *
aut DRAMA 490: Special Studies In Acting-Directing C - 13562 Andrew Tsao T T
HUT
aut DRAMA 491: Special Studies In Design-Technical A - 13563 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 491: Special Studies In Design-Technical: MFA design students - modules B - 13564 Skip Mercier M W 09:00-10:50
HUT 155
aut DRAMA 493: Drama Internship

Supervised experiences in an off-campus venue.

A - 13565 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 494: Special Studies In Theatre And Drama: The Big Ones: Pulitzers

Topics in drama, history, and criticism. See Time Schedule for specific topic. Prerequisite: DRAMA 201.

You Can't Take it With You. Our Town. Harvey. A Streetcar Named Desire. How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Fences. Glengarry Glen Ross. Angels in America. Rent. August: Osage County. ...

VLPA
A - 13566 Scott Magelssen M W 11:30-13:20
HUT 154
aut DRAMA 495: Practicum In Design And Technical Theatre

Emphasis on developing design and technology problem-solving skills through laboratory and project evaluation.

VLPA
A - 13567 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 496: Stage Costume Problems

Specific research problems of stage costume design and execution: accessories, masks, wigs, fabric modification, millinery, or construction analysis for specialized costumes. Topics vary.

VLPA
A - 13568 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 498: Theatre Production

Laboratory course for students participating in School of Drama major productions. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 13569 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 499: Undergraduate Research A - 13570 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 499: Undergraduate Research D - 13573 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 510: Design Studio

Design for live performance focused primarily on scenery and costumes. Includes comprehensive investigation of space, form, light, texture, and color in theatre design, interpretation of literary and musical text, understanding of dramatic action, and collaborative communication. Projects include a variety of theatrical and musical genres.

A - 13574 Geoff Korf Th 10:00-13:20
HUT 172
aut DRAMA 510: Design Studio

Design for live performance focused primarily on scenery and costumes. Includes comprehensive investigation of space, form, light, texture, and color in theatre design, interpretation of literary and musical text, understanding of dramatic action, and collaborative communication. Projects include a variety of theatrical and musical genres.

B - 13575 Thomas Lynch to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 512: Advanced Lighting

Intensive training in lighting design for performance. Includes intermediate and advanced paper projects as well as advanced practical projects. Spans a variety of performance genres and environments.

A - 13577 Andrew D. Smith T 12:00-13:50
HUT 154
aut DRAMA 514: Design And Technical Theatre Colloquium

Discussion of work in progress or completed in production, centering on the conceptual work of the designer/director on the production and the methods of execution in the shops and on stage. Offered: AWSp.

A - 13578 Thomas Lynch to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 514: Design And Technical Theatre Colloquium

Discussion of work in progress or completed in production, centering on the conceptual work of the designer/director on the production and the methods of execution in the shops and on stage. Offered: AWSp.

B - 13579 Deborah Trout to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 514: Design And Technical Theatre Colloquium

Discussion of work in progress or completed in production, centering on the conceptual work of the designer/director on the production and the methods of execution in the shops and on stage. Offered: AWSp.

C - 13580 Andrew D. Smith to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 520: Advanced Theatre Practicum

Professional student internship with professional theatres: scenery, lighting, scene painting, costume, acting, directing, stage management, theatre management. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 13581 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 551: Teaching Of Acting

Seminar discussion on problems in teaching acting to undergraduate students in DRAMA 251, DRAMA 252, and DRAMA 253. Prerequisite: permission of instructor and being a teaching assistant in acting.

A - 13583 Scott Hafso to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 557: Studio I

Skill development in acting, voice, speech, and movement necessary for professional training in acting. Prerequisite: admission to the Professional Actor Training Program. Instructors: Curtis-Newton, Frace, Hafso, Jenkins, Madden, Shahn, Tsao, Zane Offered: AWSp.

A - 13584 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 558: Studio II

Continuation of DRAMA 557. Prerequisite: DRAMA 557 and completion of the first year of the Professional Actor Training program. Instructors: Curtis-Newton, Frace, Hafso, Jenkins, Madden, Shahn, Tsao, Zane Offered: AWSp.

A - 13585 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 559: Studio III

Specialized and individualized work relating to the main curriculum of the third year of the Professional Actor Training Program. Prerequisite: DRAMA 558 and completion of the second year of the Professional Actor Training Program. Instructors: Curtis-Newton, Frace, Hafso, Jenkins, Madden, Shahn, Tsao, Zane Offered: AWSp.

A - 13586 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 560: Managing The Rehearsal And Production Process

Introduction to graduate-level directing. Play analysis, research, performance theory, and concept development as it relates to process-acting and rehearsal, design, staging techniques, and production management. Reading and writing assignments augmented by faculty and professional guests in performance, design, production, and dramaturgy.

A - 13587 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 561: Directing Projects

Rehearsal techniques and staging skills in a variety of spatial configurations. One-act and full-length plays which follow a prescribed sequence. Prerequisite: graduate standing in the directing program.

A - 13588 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 562: Performance Studio

Performance techniques in specialized areas of importance to the professional director, including stage combat, speech and dialect, mask, physical comedy, improvisation, and puppetry.

A - 13589 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 563: Seminar In Directing

Seminar discussion of current productions; focused readings and discussion in specific areas of dramatic literature and problems related to stage direction. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 13590 Bond, Timothy J to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 564: Theatre Studies: History, Theory, Criticism

Special topics in history, theory, and criticism.

A - 13591 Karen Hartman to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 567: Acting Process

Development of acting skills necessary for the professional director. Emphasis on physical training, playing action, strong internal technique, imagination and clarity of expression.

A - 13593 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 567: Acting Process

Development of acting skills necessary for the professional director. Emphasis on physical training, playing action, strong internal technique, imagination and clarity of expression.

B - 13594 Andrew Tsao to be arranged
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aut DRAMA 569: Directing/teaching Apprenticeship

Assisting faculty or professional guest director in production for the entire rehearsal period, or assisting faculty in performance training.

A - 13595 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 575: Seminar In Theatre History: Ruins: Classical Theatre and the Archeology of Memory

Specific topics in theatre history, examining the drama of various national, linguistic, and/or religious culture in detail.

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A - 13596 Odai Johnson T Th 14:30-16:50
HUT 150
aut DRAMA 585: Seminar In Dramatic Theory: Emerging Discourses in Theatre/Performance Studies II:

Major problems in dramatic theory, such as aesthetics, mimesis, and the nature of theatre.

This course is an opportunity for participants to become conversant in some of the discourses that are informing current work in our field. Together we¹ll put a finger on the pulse of contemporary scholarship and take a closer look at and assess some of the scholarly trends that have found a...

A - 13597 Scott Magelssen M W 14:30-16:50
HUT 150
aut DRAMA 599: Advanced Studies In Theatre Arts

Independent projects or group study of specialized aspects of theatre arts. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 13598 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 599: Advanced Studies In Theatre Arts

Independent projects or group study of specialized aspects of theatre arts. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 13599 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 13600 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 600: Independent Study Or Research B - 13601 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 700: Master's Thesis A - 13602 to be arranged -
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aut DRAMA 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 13603 to be arranged -
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