DR 330 - (UC) Advanced Directing
 
(3 cr.) DR 330 is an advanced course in the theory and practice of directing for the stage. Students study the art of directing by examining the writings and work of major theorists and directors of the 20th century. Topics include directing theories and aesthetics, style, varied rehearsal techniques and practices, and other problems in directing. The process of directing also is studied through the experience of directing a one-act or full-length play for public performance. Classroom discussion focuses on works in progress, with special emphasis on the problems of translating a text to the stage; working with actors, designers, playwrights; composition and creating stage business; rhythm. Prerequisite: DR 230, DR 230; As Needed
 
Sessions

This course is currently not being offered. Please try again next session.