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I believe that after food and shelter, humans need stories to survive. this class will focus on each writers, dreams, fears and desires and how to turn them into plays. Students will explore the fundamentals of playwriting. This will include writing exercises, weekly pages, hearing your scenes out loud and at the end of the semester the first draft of a new play.
Format: seminar; Hybrid
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
Upon completion of the semester, you will be able to demonstrate and ability to: draft, rewrite, discuss and continue to rewrite; engage verbal discussion of your work and your colleagues work; place the work in context of other artists and artistic pursuits; place work in context of culture and society; complete a full draft of your play.
Theater majors first, then Concentrators
Writing Skills Quantative/Formal Reasoning
You are expected to attend class, to keep up with required writing, readings drafts pages to class and participate in all discussions.
You are also expected to think critically and articulate your thoughts.