Required Course Texts
, by Moliere, Translated by Richard Wilbur (Harcourt Brace, 1963)
, by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Tom Stoppard (Faber and Faber,
, by August Wilson (Samuel French, 1986).
Death of a Salesman
, by Arthur Miller (Penguin, 1976).
How I Learned to Drive
, by Paula Vogel (Dramatists Play Service, 1998)
Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992
, by Anna Deavere Smith (Knopf, 1994).
August: Osage County
, by Tracy Letts (Theatre Communications Group, 2008)
Living Theatre: History of the Theatre
edition, by Wilson and Goldfarb
(McGraw Hill, 2008)
Note on reading for this class:
All reading assignments listed on the syllabus must be read
to the class day on
which they are assigned. These readings are mandatory. The titles of the plays appear on
the days they are due; readings from the course textbook,
, are noted with
All course texts are available at the campus bookstore. Please feel free to look online for
inexpensive used copies. However, if you look online for used copies of
, please make sure you’re getting the correct translation. All course texts will also
be on reserve at the Evans Library.