Honors Seminar: Theory and Practice of Dramaturgy (CANCELLED)

Kathleen Dimmick

In this course weʹll look at the history and practice of dramaturgy and introduce some tools and methods of that practice, including text analysis, editing, and adaptation. Along with assignments on individual texts, students will observe rehearsals in DRA4376 Directing II and prepare rehearsal notes. The studentʹs major work for the term will be the preparation of a Protocol, or Pre-production Casebook.

Corequisite: Students are required to be in attendance at all Literature evenings and Poetry at Bennington events (typically on alternating Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm).

Prerequisites: Advanced work in Drama or Literature
Credits: 4
W 8:20am - 12:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
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