THEA 240 - Ancient and Classical Theatre
This course is the first in the theatre criticism/dramatic literature sequence (THEA 240, THEA 340 , and THEA 345 ). Students taking this course attain a breadth and depth of foundational knowledge of Western theatre/dramatic literature and culture by examining various styles and traditions of performers, playhouses, plays, and playwrights to 1800. Focus is placed on attaining insight into the thinking and theatre conventions of times and places at a greater distance from our own including: Classical Greek and Roman, Medieval, Italian Renaissance, Elizabethan, Jacobean and Caroline, Spanish, French Neo-classic, Restoration and the Enlightenment.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
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