Directing II (DRA4376.01)

Kathleen Dimmick

We will address the process of discerning a text’s dramatic potential and realizing that potential in performance by developing and implementing a directorial approach through analysis and rehearsal techniques. The term is divided between exercises and rehearsal of individual projects. The work of the course will culminate in a director’s approach essay, a rehearsal log, and an open performance of student-directed scenes.

Prerequisites: DRA4332 Directing I plus two courses in stage management, design or play analysis / playwriting. Previous experience in stage management is highly recommended.
Credits: 4
F 2:10pm-6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
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