THTRE 262 Contemporary Theatre (3 hours)
Contemporary Theatre is a course designed to situate the study and practice of theatre within contemporary cultural contexts. Each course examines a particular cultural issue or condition as it is represented in a number of theories, dramatic works, production methods, theatre enterprises, and broader cultural practices. Current topics offered include: "Multicultural Theatre," "Performance of Gender," "Crosscurrents in World Theatre," and "Theatre and Social Change." This course may be repeated for credit up to 4 times. Individual offerings, however, may not be repeated.
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or permission of the instructor.
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