Theatre and Media Arts
 

Dramatic Literature 2

Dramatic Literature 2
Survey of dramatic texts, from ancient Greek to today, through global literary theories, emphasizing performance.
TMA
396
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesTMA 115; TMA 201 and 202 or equivalent Civilization courses. Theatre arts studies major or minor status.
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining TMA 396
Course Outcomes: 

Dramatic Literature

Students will evaluate greats works of dramatic literature from the Greeks to the Present.

Critical Response

Students will create cogent and compelling responses to dramatic literature in a variety of different mediums-oral reports, production reviews, persuasive essays, and critical analyses.

Practicing Theory

Students will develop an ethics of representation through the application of linguistic theory and social theories to great works of dramatic literature.

Theorizing Practice

Students will create socially conscious, ideologically-grounded performances that respond both to their world views and contemporary issues in critical theory.