THE 1000 syllabus

THE 1000 syllabus - Introduction to Theatre THE 1000 SPRING...

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Introduction to Theatre THE 1000 SPRING „10 Semester Instructor: Kevin Chu T TH 12:30-1:45pm NW Campus, E-104 (003) SAC Campus, SA-212 (0S1) KWC Campus, KA-108 (0K1) DBC Campus, DA-121 (0T1) Website: Email: Office Hours: by appointment Required Text The Essential Theatre (9 th Edition); Oscar G. Brockett, Robert Ball Course Description THE1000 INTRODUCTION TO THEATER (3) P THE1000 introduces the student to a survey of theater history and the art of bringing drama (written plays) to life through directing, acting, scene design, costumes, lighting, and makeup. The class is designed to aid the student in understanding the essentials of play production so that the student can become more knowledgeable and an interested audience member. Introduction to Theatre provides the student with the opportunity to study the history and theory of theatre as well as experiencing the many production facets of the contemporary theatrical performance. Requirements In Class: You will be expected to have read the chapters being discussed in class on a given day. The chapters average approximately 25 pages in length. You will be graded on your participation in class, so make every attempt to be familiar with the material and contribute to in- class discussions. Attendance Policy Each student is allowed a total of THREE unexcused absences for the semester. It is expected that all students have chosen to be in this class by virtue of their having enrolled in it. It is also expected that all students will accept the responsibility of this choice by attending all classes unless it is physically impossible. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of every class period. It is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor of their presence if the student enters class after the roll has been called; otherwise the student will be marked absent
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for that day. You must contact the instructor regarding your absences; it is not your instructor’s responsibility to remind you of your absences. Being marked tardy involves entering the classroom after the scheduled meeting time. If a
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