Fall 2016

Number Course Description Instructor
THEATRST 11501 THE THEATER TODAY

Introduction to major areas of research in Theater Studies with focus on specific theoretical...

Lambert, Madeleine
THEATRST 145S01 ACTING

The fundamentals of acting realism explored through exercises, scene study, and text analysis....

Lambert, Madeleine
THEATRST 145S02 ACTING

The fundamentals of acting realism explored through exercises, scene study, and text analysis....

Hemphill, Ellen
THEATRST 145S03 ACTING

The fundamentals of acting realism explored through exercises, scene study, and text analysis....

O'berski, Jaybird
THEATRST 145S04 ACTING

The fundamentals of acting realism explored through exercises, scene study, and text analysis....

McAuliffe, Jody
THEATRST 190S-101 SP TOP: READING THEATER

A series of special topics seminars focusing on close readings of dramatic texts with an eye to...

Odendahl-James, Jules
THEATRST 202S01 INTRO TO PERFORMANCE STUDIES

Introduction to field of performance studies, with examples drawn from music, dance, theatre,...

Rogers, Bradley
THEATRST 20901 MUSICAL THEATRE/DRAMATIC FORMS

This course studies the various narrative structures that have developed over the past 150 years...

Rogers, Bradley
THEATRST 24201 IMPROVISATION

Using a series of exploratory games and exercises, this class will create an ensemble proficient...

O'berski, Jaybird
THEATRST 248S01 NATURAL VOICE: VOCAL PRESENCE

This course is open to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels of vocal exploration....

Hemphill, Ellen
THEATRST 262S01 SCENE DESIGN

Study of theory and methodology of set design for stage through examination of historical and...

Bend, Torry
THEATRST 27801 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES

Basic film theory and history of motion picture technology. Introduction to experimental,...

Hadjioannou, Markos
THEATRST 280S01 DRAMATIC WRITING

Fundamentals of writing for stage. Instructor: Staff

Bell, Neal
THEATRST 285S01 WRITING THE TV DRAMA SERIES

Some of the best dramatic writing today can now be found on television. This class will focus on...

Bell, Neal
THEATRST 290-101 SP TOPICS IN DRAMATIC LIT

May be repeated for credit. Instructor: Staff

Staff, Departmental
THEATRST 290-401 THEATER STUDY WORKSHOP (TOP)

Research, study, and exploration of a selected dramatic text or texts, other performance...

Lambert, Madeleine
THEATRST 290S-402 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THEATER STUD

Topics vary. May be repeated for credit. Instructor: Staff

Khalsa, Keval
THEATRST 290S-401 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THEATER STUD

Topics vary. May be repeated for credit. Instructor: Staff

Lambert, Madeleine
THEATRST 311S01 LEGAL ISSUES - PERFORMING ARTS

An overview of copyright, contract, discrimination, employment, obscenity and other laws...

Ellison, Daniel
THEATRST 322S01 CHEKHOV

Drama and prose works. Taught in English. Not open to students who have taken Theater Studies...

Apollonio, Carol
THEATRST 33601 SHAKESPEARE BEFORE 1600

Examination of twelve plays by Shakespeare written before 1600. Satisfies Area I requirement for...

Porter, Joseph
THEATRST 345S01 ADV ACTING: CONTEMPORARY

Scene study based on reading, analysis, and research. Examination and development of performance...

Storer, Jeff
THEATRST 35001 MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION

Students participate in the production of a theatrical text for public performance. Students...

McAuliffe, Jody
THEATRST 35002 MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION

Students participate in the production of a theatrical text for public performance. Students...

Bend, Torry
THEATRST 370S01 MOVING IMAGE PRACTICE

Film and digital video production in conjunction with the history and theory of these...

Milligan, Stephen
THEATRST 620S01 FILM-PHILOSOPHERS-FILM-MAKERS

Examines intersections between film, critical theory, and continental philosophy, from...

Hadjioannou, Markos
THEATRST 9801 BASIC ACTING

Introduction to fundamentals of acting as a process, a craft, a discipline - with basic...

Marks, Kristen