THEA 4790 THEATRE HISTORY AND DRAMATIC LITERATURE: RENAISSANCE TO 1800 (3 credits)
This course is a survey of primarily western European theatre and the related theatre literature from the Renaissance until the English sentimental comedy.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ENGL1160 and Junior standing or Permission of the Instructor.
Theatre coursework is designed to provide students well-rounded experiences encompassing the varied components that work together to create the theatre experience. These areas include performance (acting/directing), production design (scenic, costume, lighting, sound), box office, publicity, house management, dramaturgy, stage management, and much more. Above all, we’re committed to each student’s individual development toward artistic and cultural maturity and growth that cultivates global diversity and service to our community . Through in-class and production work, students gain valuable life skills including discipline, collaboration, communication, research, planning, achieving deadlines and problem-solving.
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