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Drama 116 Section 002 Perspectives in Theatre A survey of the interrelationships between the audience, the actor, the director, the designers, and the playwright through the study of major periods of theatrical expression. SPRING 2009 Stone Center — Room 103 MWF 11:00AM — 11:50AM Professor: Ken Strong Office: The Center for Dramatic Art, Room 214 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mondays 1:00PM—3:00PM REQUIRED TEXTS and MATERIALS 1. The Bedford Introduction to Drama , 5 th Edition. Lee A. Jacobus (ISBN # 0-312-44576-8). Please make sure you have the correct ISBN number. Your text should contain the play, Desire Under theElms (pages 969-972). If it does not, you have the wrong text. 2. The McGraw-Hill Theatergoer’s Guide, 2nd Edition. Goldfarb, Walters, Wilson YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR READING THIS BOOK FOR YOUR THEATER REPORT. 3. PlayMakers Repertory Company Privilege Card. For PRIVILEGE CARD POLICY , please go to BLACKBOARD. GRADING BREAKDOWN 20% Exam One (February 23) 20% Exam Two (April 6) 25% Paper (due March 2 during class time) 35%
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  • Spring '08
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  • Drama, Theatre, School terminology, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Company Privilege Card

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