Pretty easy, overall.
I highly recommend this course. It's required for anyone interested in a Dramatic Art Major or Minor, but it's just an overall fantastic course for developing other methods of thinking about art in context. It requires the student to think critically about the playwright's methods, the subtext and literary devices utilized throughout the work, the staging and acting methods utilized, and the underlying implications of putting that particular play on stage.
Professor Perry is a fantastic lecturer, and he made the classroom seem less like a class and more of a class-wide discussion about works of theatrical art. I learned that I have a deeper understanding of what motivates a particular character to be who they are and what it takes to play that character well.
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The work and reading he assigns may seem tedious, but the overall course will be a lot easier and you will understand things better if you keep up with the coursework as it is assigned.