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THE 2202 History of Theatre II

The world of theatre, from 1800 AD to the present day. A close look at the architecture, costuming, acting and plays of the Early American, Realism, Expressionism, Anti-Realism, Agit-Prop, Post-Modernist, American Realism, Musical Theatre and Contemporary Theatre styles.

Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
Department: Theatre
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: Yes

Prereqs: THE 2201 

Outcomes

  • IDENTIFY THE ROLE THEATRE PLAYS IN THE CULTURAL LIFE OF SOCIETY IN EARLY AMERICAN THEATRE, REALISM, EXPRESSIONISM, ANTI-REALISM, AGIT-PROP, POST-MODERNIST, AMERICAN REALISM, MUSICAL THEATRE AND CONTEMPORARY THEATRE STYLES.
  • DIFFERENTIATE THEATRICAL CONVENTIONS SPECIFIC TO THE EARLY AMERICAN THEATRE, REALISM, EXPRESSIONISM, ANTI-REALISM, AGIT-PROP, POST-MODERNIST, AMERICAN REALISM, MUSICAL THEATRE AND CONTEMPORARY THEATRE STYLES.
  • STUDENTS WILL UTILIZE SEVERAL DIFFERENT RESEARCH RESOURCES WHEN WRITING RESEARCH PAPER AND PLAY CRITIQUES.

Credit Hours: 3

Classroom Hours: 3