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DRAMA101 Introduction to Theatre Art Course Page

Description: The origins and development of theatre art; introduction to theatre aesthetics. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for students section of the Calendar. Note: Not normally to be taken by BA Drama Majors or BA (Honors) Drama students.

DRAMA102 Play Analysis Course Page

Description: Understanding of Drama through critical analysis of plays and its application to creative solutions in their production. Note: Not to be taken by BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, or BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors.

DRAMA103 Critical Analysis of Playtexts Course Page

Description: Analysis of playtexts in reference to the specific challenges faced by actors, directors, designers, and dramaturgs. Note: Restricted to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama majors, or admission by consent of Department based on successful completion of Drama 30 or equivalent. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 102.

DRAMA149 Dramatic Process I Course Page

Description: Speech and movement improvisation with an emphasis on imaginative development; introduction to the process of acting and to dramatic form. Note: Designed for students with little or no previous background in Drama. Not to be taken by BA Drama majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, or BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors.

DRAMA150 Introduction to Dramatic Process Course Page

Description: Dramatic improvisation as an introduction to the process of acting and to dramatic form. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Note: Restricted to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors, and BFA (Technical Theatre; Stage Management) students, or admission by consent of Department based on successful completion of Drama 30 or equivalent. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 149.

DRAMA203 Performance Analysis Course Page

Description: Analysis of theatrical performance through a range of live and recorded examples using theoretical and critical approaches. Prerequisites: one of Drama 101, 102, or 103, or consent of department. Note: Priority will be given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors and Minors.

DRAMA208 Theatre History I Course Page

Description: The development of world theatre from antiquity to the end of the 18th century. Prerequisite: DRAMA 101 or 102 or 103 or consent of Department. Note: Required for BA Drama Majors and BA (Honors) Drama students. Priority will be given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, BFA Drama students, BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors and Minors.

DRAMA240 Oral Communication and Interpretation Course Page

Description: Voice and speech development and oral interpretation. Prerequisite: one of DRAMA 102 or 103; and one of 149 or 150; or consent of Department. Note: Restricted to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 247.

DRAMA247 Introduction to Oral Communication Course Page

Description: Exploration of basic techniques of oral communication and oral interpretation drawing from various forms of literature. Note: Not to be taken by BA Drama majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, or BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors.

DRAMA257 Scene Study I Course Page

Description: Study of acting, including the analysis and enactment of scripted scenes, and characterization. Prerequisites: one of DRAMA 102 or 103 and one of 149 or 150; or consent of Department. Note: Priority will be given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors and Minors. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 353.

DRAMA259 Performer-Created Theatre Course Page

Description: Practice in and theory of the collaborative development of dramatic performance using improvisation and other techniques. Prerequisites: DRAMA 102 or 103, and 149 or 150 or consent of Department. Note: Priority given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 249 or 359.

DRAMA270 Basic Theatre Design Course Page

Description: Study and practice of design for the theatre. Prerequisite: A Stagecraft course and consent of the department. Not to be taken by students with credit in T Des 270.

DRAMA279 Introduction to Stagecraft and Design Course Page

Description: Production techniques, construction, mechanics, lighting and design. Note: Priority given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors and Minors. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 379.

DRAMA291 Introduction to Lighting, Electrics, and Theatre Sound Course Page

Description: Fundamentals of Theatre Lighting and Sound.

DRAMA292 Advanced Lighting, Electrics, and Theatre Sound Course Page

Description: Advanced learning in Theatre Lighting and Sound. Note: Normally restricted to BFA Technical Theatre: Technical Production students. Prerequisite: DRAMA 291 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA293 Introduction to Lighting and Electrics Course Page

Description: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre: Technical Production) students.

DRAMA295 Introduction to Scenic and Stage Carpentry Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre: Technical Production) students.

DRAMA296 Introduction to Theatre Stage Management Course Page
No description available for this course.
DRAMA298 Stage Management in Professional Theatre Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Technical Theatre (Stage Management) students.

DRAMA302 Modern Canadian Theatre Course Page

Description: Development in Canadian theatre and drama since 1967. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 403.

DRAMA306 Historical Approaches to Western Dramatic and Theatrical Theories Course Page

Description: Critical theories from Aristotle to Artaud. Pre- or corequisite: DRAMA 308 or consent of Department. Note: Required for BA (Honors) Drama students. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 405 and 508.

DRAMA307 Studies in Drama I Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA308 Theatre History II: Modern Theatre Course Page

Description: The evolution of Modernism in the dramatic text, performance, and staging practices from the early 19th century to Epic Theatre. Note: Required for BA Drama Majors and BA (Honors) Drama students.

DRAMA331 Movement and Physical Theatre Course Page

Description: An introduction to the use of improvisational movement in the creation of physical theatre. Prerequisite: DRAMA 259 or consent of the Department. Note: Priority will be given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, and BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors.

DRAMA334A Beginning Movement Course Page

Description: Techniques in ballet and period style for the actor. Exploration of creative forms of movement and the physical self in characterization. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 336 or 338.

DRAMA334B Beginning Movement Course Page

Description: Techniques in ballet and period style for the actor. Exploration of creative forms of movement and the physical self in characterization. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 336 or 338.

DRAMA335A Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA335B Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA344A Voice and Speech Course Page

Description: Introduction to voice and speech improvement; oral interpretation; exploration of the voice for characterization; singing. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 346 or 348.

DRAMA344B Voice and Speech Course Page

Description: Introduction to voice and speech improvement; oral interpretation; exploration of the voice for characterization; singing. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 346 or 348.

DRAMA345A Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA345B Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA355A Acting in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students.

DRAMA355B Acting in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students.

DRAMA356 Beginning Acting Technique I Course Page

Description: Development of the self as the fundamental instrument of the actor. Introduction to script analysis and scene study. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA357 Scene Study II Course Page

Description: Acting exercises based on the study of plays emphasizing complexity of language and characterization. Prerequisites: DRAMA 102 or 103, and 240 and 257, and a Theatre History course from the Department of Drama course listings; and/or consent of Department. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 453.

DRAMA358 Beginning Acting Technique II Course Page

Description: Script analysis, characterization, and the laboratory exploration of scenes and/or plays drawn from Realism. Prerequisite: DRAMA 356. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA361 Playwriting Course Page

Description: Study of and practice in the creation of a play for the theatre. Prerequisite: DRAMA 101 or one of DRAMA 102, 103, 149, or 150 or consent of Department. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 360 or 407 in playwriting.

DRAMA383 Introduction to Directing Course Page

Description: Fundamentals of directing explored through practical exercises. Prerequisites: One of DRAMA 257, 370, 378 and/or consent of Department. Note: Priority given to BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors, and BFA (Theatre Design; Technical Theatre; Stage Management) students.

DRAMA390A Production Crew I Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and the running of a production for performance. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA390B Production Crew I Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and the running of a production for performance. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA391 Production Lab I Course Page

Description: Technical theatre practice. Preparation and running of the production aspects of Departmental plays. Prerequisite: DRAMA 279 or consent of Department. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 191.

DRAMA392A Production Lab II Course Page

Description: Production experience in stage managing and/or technical theatre with qualified technical experts. Prerequisites: DRAMA 191, 391, and/or consent of Department. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA392B Production Lab II Course Page

Description: Production experience in stage managing and/or technical theatre with qualified technical experts. Prerequisites: DRAMA 191, 391, and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA393 Production Lab II B Course Page

Description: Production organization; experience in running of a play in performance. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. A required non-credit course.

DRAMA394 Production Techniques - Sound Course Page

Description: Theory and practical application of audio equipment and sound design for the theatre. Note: Restricted to BFA Drama (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA395A Production Crew II - Stage Management Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and/or the running of a production for performance. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 490. Prerequisite: DRAMA 390. Note: Restricted to BFA Technical Theatre: Stage Management students.

DRAMA395B Production Crew II - Stage Management Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and/or the running of a production for performance. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 490. Prerequisite: DRAMA 390. Note: Restricted to BFA Technical Theatre: Stage Management students.

DRAMA399A Explorations in Acting I Course Page

Description: Exploration of dramatic text using exercises devoted to the coordination of the actor's voice, speech and movement. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. Course grading criterion is in terms of 'credit/non-credit' only.

DRAMA399B Explorations in Acting I Course Page

Description: Exploration of dramatic text using exercises devoted to the coordination of the actor's voice, speech and movement. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. Course grading criterion is in terms of 'credit/non-credit' only.

DRAMA401 Research and Critical Writing Skills Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: DRAMA 306. Note: Required for BA (Honors) students.

DRAMA402 Tutorial Fourth-Year Honors Essay Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: DRAMA 401. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 505.

DRAMA406 Contemporary Approaches to Dramatic and Theatrical Theories Course Page

Description: Modernist to contemporary theories applied to dramatic texts in performance. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Note: Required for BA (Honors) Drama students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 503 and 509.

DRAMA407 Studies in Drama II Course Page

Description: May require payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA409 Contemporary Theatre Course Page

Description: Exploration of issues and trends of theatre movements which form the mosaic of contemporary theatre. Prerequisite: A Theatre History course from the Department of Drama course listings, or consent of Department.

DRAMA427 Topics in Community Based and Applied Theatre Course Page

Description: Theory and practice of theatre developed for and with specific communities. Prerequisite: Consent of the Department. Drama 327 is recommended.

DRAMA434A Theatre Movement Course Page

Description: Studies of, and projects in styles of movement and dance, both period and contemporary. Prerequisite: DRAMA 334. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 436 or 438.

DRAMA434B Theatre Movement Course Page

Description: Studies of, and projects in styles of movement and dance, both period and contemporary. Prerequisite: DRAMA 334. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 436 or 438.

DRAMA435A Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA435B Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA444A Advanced Voice and Speech Course Page

Description: Extension of the voice; sight reading, oral interpretation of period dramatic forms; singing. Prerequisite: DRAMA 344. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 446 or 448.

DRAMA444B Advanced Voice and Speech Course Page

Description: Extension of the voice; sight reading, oral interpretation of period dramatic forms; singing. Prerequisite: DRAMA 344. Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 446 or 448.

DRAMA445A Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA445B Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA452 Solo Performance Course Page

Description: Advanced theatrical tools to create and present original solo performance. Prerequisite: DRAMA 257 and 259, and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA453 Physical Comedy Course Page

Description: The exploration and practice of physical comedy styles through clown, bouffon, and mask. Prerequisite: DRAMA 259 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA454 Performance Creation Course Page

Description: Exploration, practice, and experimentation in performer-created theatre. Prerequisite: DRAMA 259 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA455A Acting in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students.

DRAMA455B Acting in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students.

DRAMA456 Advanced Acting Technique I Course Page

Description: Studies in characterization leading to laboratory performance. Prerequisite: DRAMA 358. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA457 Production/Performance Course Page

Description: Research, rehearsal, design, staging and presentation of a play by an acting ensemble. Prerequisites: DRAMA 357 and 391, a Theatre History course from the Department of Drama course listings, and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA458 Advanced Acting Technique II Course Page

Description: Study of, and practice in, the main period styles of acting. Prerequisite: DRAMA 456. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA483 Elements of Directing Course Page

Description: Developing the director's creative use of the elements of directing through practical exercises in scripted scenes. Prerequisites: DRAMA 102 or 103, 383 and 391, and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA490A Production Crew II Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and/or the running of a production for performance. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 395. Prerequisite: DRAMA 390. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA490B Production Crew II Course Page

Description: Production experience in the preparation for and/or the running of a production for performance. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 395. Prerequisite: DRAMA 390. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA492 Running Crew Projects Course Page

Description: Production organization: experience in preparing and running of a play in performance. Prerequisites: DRAMA 191, or 391 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA493 Advanced Stage Lighting Electrics Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre: Technical Production) students.

DRAMA494 Specialized Skills in Stage Management Course Page

Description: Skill sets for the practice of Stage Management. Note: Restricted to BFA Technical Theatre (Stage Management) students. Repeatable (to be taken two years in succession).

DRAMA495 Management-Practices for Technical Theatre Course Page

Description: Administrative practice directed toward production shop facilities and personnel. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students.

DRAMA497A Workshops in Technical Theatre Course Page

Description: Technical production techniques and practice (i.e., health and safety, rigging, flying, rolling stock and tracked stages, hydraulics, pneumatics, plastics and metal fabrication, etc.). Prerequisite: DRAMA 397. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre: Technical Production) students. Repeatable (to be taken two years in succession).

DRAMA497B Workshops in Technical Theatre Course Page

Description: Technical production techniques and practice (i.e., health and safety, rigging, flying, rolling stock and tracked stages, hydraulics, pneumatics, plastics and metal fabrication, etc.). Prerequisite: DRAMA 397. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre: Technical Production) students. Repeatable (to be taken two years in succession).

DRAMA499A Explorations in Acting II Course Page

Description: Exploration of dramatic text related to period style with emphasis on characterization, and special problems. Prerequisite: DRAMA 399. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. Course grading criterion is in terms of 'credit/no credit' only.

DRAMA499B Explorations in Acting II Course Page

Description: Exploration of dramatic text related to period style with emphasis on characterization, and special problems. Prerequisite: DRAMA 399. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. Course grading criterion is in terms of 'credit/no credit' only.

DRAMA507 Senior Projects Course Page

Description: May require payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA534A Advanced Movement Course Page

Description: Instruction and projects for individual growth in movement expression. Prerequisite: DRAMA 438. Note: Restricted to BFA (Drama) students.

DRAMA534B Advanced Movement Course Page

Description: Instruction and projects for individual growth in movement expression. Prerequisite: DRAMA 438. Note: Restricted to BFA (Drama) students.

DRAMA535A Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA535B Movement in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA544A Dialects and Accents/Language Styles Course Page

Description: Survey of dialects and accents; intensive practice in representative examples from the British Isles, Europe and North America; tutorial instruction to suit the actor's vocal needs; singing. Prerequisite: DRAMA 448. Note: Restricted to BFA (Drama) students.

DRAMA544B Dialects and Accents/Language Styles Course Page

Description: Survey of dialects and accents; intensive practice in representative examples from the British Isles, Europe and North America; tutorial instruction to suit the actor's vocal needs; singing. Prerequisite: DRAMA 448. Note: Restricted to BFA (Drama) students.

DRAMA545A Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA545B Speech in Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to BFA Acting students. This is a credit-fail course.

DRAMA554A Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Rehearsal and performance of roles in public production. Workshops in acting for film and radio. Prerequisite: DRAMA 458. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA554B Rehearsal and Performance Course Page

Description: Rehearsal and performance of roles in public production. Workshops in acting for film and radio. Prerequisite: DRAMA 458. Note: Restricted to BFA (Acting) students.

DRAMA577 Special Projects Course Page

Description: Special projects in design and production. Formerly part of DRAMA 507.

DRAMA590A Production Crew III Course Page

Description: Production experience in preparing and/or running of a production for performance. Prerequisite: DRAMA 490. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students. Repeatable.

DRAMA590B Production Crew III Course Page

Description: Production experience in preparing and/or running of a production for performance. Prerequisite: DRAMA 490. Note: Restricted to BFA (Technical Theatre) students. Repeatable.

DRAMA595 Professional Orientation for Theatre Artists Course Page

Description: Preparing the artist for developing a career in professional theatre. Required for graduation for BFA in Acting, Stage Management, Technical Theatre and Design students.

DRAMA596 Advanced Stage Management Course Page

Description: Stage management practice as it applies to different types of production. Prerequisite: DRAMA 396. Note: Restricted to BFA Technical Theatre (Stage Management) students. Repeatable (to be taken two years in succession).

DRAMA599 Explorations in Acting III Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: DRAMA 499. Restricted to BFA (Acting) students. Course grading criterion is in terms of 'credit/no credit' only.

DRAMA601 Methods and Tools of Research Course Page
No description available for this course.
DRAMA605A Special Projects in Theatre Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA605B Special Projects in Theatre Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA606 Special Projects in Theatre Practice Course Page

Description: Normally restricted to MFA Theatre Practice students. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA607A Dramaturgy I Course Page
No description available for this course.
DRAMA607B Dramaturgy I Course Page
No description available for this course.
DRAMA608 Historical Approaches to Dramatic and Theatrical Critical Theories Course Page

Description: An in-depth analysis of selected theories of aesthetics, drama and theatre, from Aristotle to Modernism.

DRAMA609 Contemporary Approaches to Dramatic and Theatrical Critical Theories Course Page

Description: An in-depth analysis of selected contemporary theories of aesthetics, drama and theatre, from Structuralism to the present.

DRAMA617 Dramaturgy II Course Page

Description: Practical studies in dramaturgy. Prerequisites: DRAMA 607 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA617A Dramaturgy II Course Page

Description: Practical studies in dramaturgy. Prerequisites: DRAMA 607 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA617B Dramaturgy II Course Page

Description: Practical studies in dramaturgy. Prerequisites: DRAMA 607 and/or consent of Department.

DRAMA621 Research Seminar I Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Theory and Criticism.

DRAMA622 Research Seminar II Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Theory and Criticism.

DRAMA623 Research Seminar III Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Theatre History and Theatrical Theory.

DRAMA624 Research Seminar IV Course Page

Description: Selected topics in Theatre History and Theatrical Theory.

DRAMA640A Voice Pedagogy I Course Page

Description: Study of theory and pedagogical approaches to teaching voice, speech and text for the theatre.

DRAMA640B Voice Pedagogy I Course Page

Description: Study of theory and pedagogical approaches to teaching voice, speech and text for the theatre.

DRAMA641A Voice Pedagogy II Course Page

Description: Advanced study of theory and pedagogical approaches to teaching and coaching voice, speech and text for the theatre, and for presentation skills. Prerequisite: DRAMA 640.

DRAMA641B Voice Pedagogy II Course Page

Description: Advanced study of theory and pedagogical approaches to teaching and coaching voice, speech and text for the theatre, and for presentation skills. Prerequisite: DRAMA 640.

DRAMA642 Vocal Coaching for the Theatre I Course Page

Description: Observation and analysis of approaches to coaching voice, speech and text for the theatre.

DRAMA643 Vocal Coaching for the Theatre II Course Page

Description: Advanced observation, analysis and supervised teaching and coaching of voice, speech and text for the theatre and for presentation skills. Prerequisite: DRAMA 642.

DRAMA644 Vocal Coaching for the Theatre III Course Page

Description: Supervised and independent teaching and coaching of voice, speech and text for the theatre and for presentation skills. Prerequisite: DRAMA 643.

DRAMA677 Senior Applied Projects Course Page

Description: Practice-based special projects in theatre. Restricted to graduate students doing applied projects. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA683 Styles of Directing I Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to MFA (Drama) students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 680.

DRAMA684 Styles of Directing II Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to MFA (Drama) students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 680.

DRAMA685 Advanced Projects in Directing I Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to MFA (Drama) students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 681.

DRAMA686 Advanced Projects in Directing II: New Play Dramaturgy Course Page

Description: Note: Restricted to MFA (Drama) and MA (Drama) students. Not to be taken by students with credit in DRAMA 681.

DRAMA690 Topics in Applied Theatre Aesthetics Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

DRAMA695 Final Research Project (Course Based Masters) Course Page

Description: Public presentation of final research project. This is a pass/fail course.

DRAMA777 Theatre Practice Projects Course Page

Description: Practice-based research projects in any area of theatre. Prerequisite: consent of Department. This is a Pass/Fail Course.