FALL2008.SYLLABUS.001 - Drama 116 Section 001 Perspectives...

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Drama 116 Section 001 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. FALL 2008 Stone Center — Room 103 MWF 10:00AM — 10:50AM Professor: Kenneth P. Strong Office: The Center for Dramatic Art, Room 214 Email: kstrong@email.unc.edu 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. 2. The McGraw-Hill Theatergoer’s Guide, 2nd Edition. Goldfarb, Walters, Wilson 3. PlayMakers Repertory Company (PRC) Privilege Card. For Privilege Card information, p lease see Blackboard under “Course Documents.” GRADING BREAKDOWN 30% Midterm Examination (October 13) 35% Paper (November 3 during class time) Please see “Paper Assignment” on Blackboard 35% Final Examination (December 6 @ 12NOON in Stone Center 103) GRADING SCALE A 94-100 A- 90-93 B+ 87-89 B 83-86 B- 80-82 C+ 77-79 C 73-76 C- 70-72 D+ 67-69 D 60-66 F 0-59 REQUIRED PERFORMANCE ATTENDANCE You are required to attend two (2) PlayMakers Repertory Company (PRC) productions: 1. Pericles 2. Blue Door All performances will be in the Paul Green Theatre located in the Center for Dramatic Art located on the UNC campus YOU WILL BE TESTED ON BOTH PRODUCTIONS
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FALL2008.SYLLABUS.001 - Drama 116 Section 001 Perspectives...

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