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10 Fall Syllabus Dram115-4

10 Fall Syllabus Dram115-4 - Drama 115,001 PLAY ANALYSIS...

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Drama 115,001 PLAY ANALYSIS Fall, 2010 David Adamson, 206 Center for Dramatic Art, [email protected] Graduate Assistants: Kelsey Didion, Thomas Ellis Text: Norton Anthology of Drama, Shorter Edition, The; Gainer, Garner and Puchner, ed. Also: Dept. of Dramatic Art Privilege Card for PlayMakers Repertory Company Productions of AS YOU LIKE IT, FENCES and SHIPWRECKED! Grades: There will be three examinations, one paper and periodic class assignments. Each exam and the paper will be worth 20% of the final grade. Students will need to provide answer sheets and pencils for the exams. The scope and subjects for the paper, plus an “Extra Credit” project, will be discussed below. The remaining 20% of the grade will come from a cumulative scoring of periodic assignments and pop quizzes. The final grade for this class is: 96-100 – A; 91-95 – A-; 88-90 – B+; 84-87 – B; 81-83 – B-; etc. See more complete explanation in Blackboard under “Class Documents” Office Hours: Office Hours will be by appointment. Messages can be left in my mailbox at the Center for Dramatic Art. I tend to check my email once in the morning. I will also be available after class most days. Assignment Schedule Aug 24 Introduction 26 “Trifles” 31 THE BACCHAE Sep 02 THE BACCHAE 07 LYSISTRATA 09 LYSISTRATA 14 EVERYMAN 16 EVERYMAN 21 TWELFTH NIGHT
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