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This course introduces conventions, forms, and devices of drama as they emerge under, and respond to, specific theatrical and cultural conditions. [Note 1: This course is cross-listed as ENGL 1701 and may be taken as three credits in either discipline.] (Format: Lecture 3 Hours) (Distribution: Arts-a)(Exclusion: DRAM/ENGL 2021) Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 to 11:20AM Barclay 02.

This course allows students to focus on developing skills and practical experience in areas of theatre production such as costume or set design and construction, lighting, stage-management, or front-of-house. [Note 1: Students registered for DRAM 3011 or 4011 projects related to a Motyer-Fancy Theatre production, as well as students engaged as paid theatre assistants, cannot also receive Production Practicum credit for that same production work.] (Format: Experiential)
This course involves projects in areas such as acting, directing, writing, and design. Written and/or visual materials support artistic outcomes as appropriate. [Note 1: Students may register for DRAM 4011 more than once, provided the subject matter differs.] (Format: Independent Study)
This course involves projects in areas such as acting, directing, writing, and design. Written and/or visual materials support artistic outcomes as appropriate. [Note 1: Students may register for DRAM 4011 more than once, provided the subject matter differs.] (Format: Independent Study)
This course involves projects in areas such as acting, directing, writing, and design. Written and/or visual materials support artistic outcomes as appropriate. [Note 1: Students may register for DRAM 4011 more than once, provided the subject matter differs.] (Format: Independent Study)
This course allows students to focus on developing skills and practical experience in areas of theatre production such as costume or set design and construction, lighting, stage-management, or front-of-house. [Note 1: Students registered for DRAM 3011 or 4011 projects related to a Motyer-Fancy Theatre production, as well as students engaged as paid theatre assistants, cannot also receive Production Practicum credit for that same production work.] (Format: Experiential)
This course investigates contrasting historical perspectives on interculturalism and examines dramatic literature, theatrical productions, and types of performance research as representative of different approaches to the bridging of cultures. It explores the contributions drama and theatre make to the evolution of individual and community identities, and engages topics such as cultural exchange, cultural imperialism, colonialism, cultural appropriation, cultural nationalism, ethno-centrism, cosmopolitanism, universalism, post-colonialism, diaspora, transnationalism, and cultural syncretism. (Format: Lecture 3 Hours) (Exclusion: DRAM 2991, 3991- Intercultural Theatre and Drama -15/WI, 16/FA) Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 to 12:50PM Purdy Crawford Centre 103.
This course introduces students to the theory and practice of directing, diverse models of the directors role in the theatrical process, script analysis for directorial purposes, study of staging techniques, and techniques for working with actors. (Format: Lecture/Workshop 3 Hours) (Exclusion: DRAM 3051) Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 to 2:20PM Purdy Crawford Centre 170.
This course allows students to focus on developing skills and practical experience in areas of theatre production such as costume or set design and construction, lighting, stage-management, or front-of-house. [Note 1: Students registered for DRAM 3011 or 4011 projects related to a Motyer-Fancy Theatre production, as well as students engaged as paid theatre assistants, cannot also receive Production Practicum credit for that same production work.] (Format: Experiential)
This course allows students to develop competence in basic stagecraft, chiefly set construction, light and sound; in stage management, production management, technical direction, lighting and sound design; and in basic drafting and technical drawing.(Format: Lecture/Workshop 3 Hours) (Exclusion: Any version of DRAM 2161 previously offered with a different title)
This course introduces the theory and practice of acting, and develops competence in script analysis and performance with a view to creating a dramatic role on stage. Dramatic improvisations and character and scene studies complement the exploration of the themes, structures, rhythms and subtext embedded in dramatic texts in order to prepare students for performance. (Format: Lecture/Workshop 3 Hours) Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 to 3:50PM Purdy Crawford Centre 170.