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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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TH 0380 - Applied Theatre


Demand 3 Credit Hours
Focuses on applied theatre, theatre that occurs in non-traditional settings and/or with marginalized communities to directly intervene in issues of concern to community members. This course interrogates pointed questions about theatre and aesthetics in educational and applied settings through examination of the power and efficacy of theatre practices in a wide range of venues. Students will develop and collaboratively explore a broad vocabulary of theatrical skills (physical theatre, mask and puppetry work and Theatre of the Oppressed) for exploration in formal and informal contexts. We will examine how issues of performance relate to discussions in the fields of history, sociology, critical theory and education. Students will read widely, engage in theory through practice, and reflect on their evolving understandings of the art form, theatre pedagogy, and theatre as a tool for community-based work. Course Charge: $30.00 Theatre Program Charge Prerequisite: TH 0141 .



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