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TH 340 The History and Theory of Modern and Contemporary Performance

Faculty: Šimek, Weeks
Content: An intellectual history of Western theatrical performance in the 20th century through modern and postmodern performance theories formulated by major directors, actors, playwrights, critics, theorists. Readings from primary sources, biographies and critical works, contemporary theatre theory. Research emphasis on significant productions, major artists, training methodologies, and distinctive models of theatrical work. Provides a historical and theoretical context for contemporary performance practices.
Prerequisites: One 4-credit course in dramatic literature/theatre history and one 4-credit course in performance.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Alternate Years, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.

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