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THEA 190.00 Carleton Players Production 1 credit, S/CR/NC only

Closed: Size: 0, Registered: 3, Waitlist: 0

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Synonym: 61825

Lizbett J Benge

Each term students may participate in one Players production, a hands-on, faculty-supervised process of conceptualization, construction, rehearsal, and performance. Credit is awarded for a predetermined minimum of time on the production, to be arranged with faculty. Productions explore our theatre heritage from Greek drama to new works. Students may participate through audition or through volunteering for production work.

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THEA 199.00 Theater Practicum 3 credits, S/CR/NC only

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Synonym: 62822

Lizbett J Benge

This course is designed for students who have major responsibilities in Carleton Players productions as Stage Managers, Actors and Designers. Students enrolled in this class will have more responsibility and be expected to commit to more time than the students registered in Theater 190, including additional time for research, design and role preparation. Students in this course will get in-depth learning experiences in the processes most central to the discipline; the creation of performances. Students will waitlist for the course; enrollment in the course will be by instructor's permission depending on the responsibilities students have.

Prerequisite: Waitlist only, instructors permission required

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THEA 345.00 Devised Theater and Collective Creation 6 credits

Open: Size: 12, Registered: 4, Waitlist: 0

Weitz Center 172

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1:15pm3:00pm1:15pm3:00pm

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Synonym: 61827

Lizbett J Benge

A usual evening in the theater consists of seeing a text--the play--staged by a director and performed by actors. While this is certainly a collaborative endeavor, recent decades have seen a marked increase in "devised theater," a mode intended to upset the traditional hierarchies of theatrical production. In practical terms, this means the abandonment of the extant text in favor of a performance "score"--sometimes textual, often physical--developed improvisationally in rehearsal by the performers. This course will explore the methods and approaches used to work in this collective and highly creative manner, and will culminate in a public performance. We will also discuss the history and cultural politics that inform devised practice.

Prerequisite: Theater 110 or Dance 150 or 190 or instructor permission

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