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54-316 Directing III: Forms and Formats

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This is a two-semester course for 3rd-Year Directors & 2nd-Year Actors concerning the application of fundamental staging & work script tools & fundamental acting tools in directing divergent dramatic Forms (Realistic Drama, Shaw Comedy, Farce, Shakespeare, Dialectical Theatre, The Ten-Minute Play) in various theatrical Formats including proscenium, three-quarter, thrust, & arena. Goals include: to encourage understanding & cooperation between disciplines; to develop expertise & confidence in preparation & rehearsal; to learn to play on the team with actors & designers; to develop a directorial vision toward giving the particular plays Content illuminating Form. There is a video project at top of second semester, & public performances at end of each semester.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 12:00 - 1:20 pm T Hitch PCA 318 Add course to my schedule
R Hitch PCA 318

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