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Theatre Appreciation THE 2000 Fall 2009 MWF (12:50-1:40) Carleton 100 Professor: Dr. Charlie Mitchell Lead Teaching Assistant: Russell Schultz Instructors for Breakout Sessions: Alaina Manchester, Milton Lewis, Andrew Bailes, Odori Hines, Amelia Harris, Jessamyn Fuller, Filipe Valle Costa, Joshua Carroll, Carlos Josue Alejandro, Ryan Johnson-Travis, Phoebe Rose Kelly Office: Nadine McGuire Pavilion, 2 nd Fl., Rm. 229 (connected to the Constans Theatre Building) Office Phone: 352.273.0515 Office Hours: MWF 11:00-12:00 Email: [email protected] COURSE OBJECTIVES This course is designed to expose you to live theatre so that you will better understand its complexities and cultural importance. Throughout the course of the semester, you will look behind the scenes in order to explore the collaborative processes that makes it work; study the history, literature, forms, styles and philosophies of theatre; explore how a diversity of cultural influences such as gender, race, ethnicity and class shape the experience of theatre in America, and learn to write and speak critically about theatrical production. REQUIREMENTS You will do a close reading of all chapters and assigned plays and be prepared to discuss them in class. You are required to see three live theatre productions. Based on your observations, you will write three short papers. I will post guidelines. You will complete two production projects. I will post guidelines.
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