THE 2000 – Theater Appreciation


General Education Credit: Humanities, Diversity
College Credit: 3

Course Instructor: Charles Mitchell
Charles Mitchell, Ph.D.
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About The Course

This course is designed to expose you to live theatre so that you will better appreciate its cultural importance and the processes that make live theatre happen. Over the course of the semester, you will look behind the scenes in order to explore the collaborative processes that make live theatre work. In addition to studying some of the literature, theories, history, forms, and styles of theatre, you will explore how influences such as ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and economic class shape the experience of theatre in the United States. You will also learn to write and speak critically about theatrical production.

Satisfied High School Graduation Requirement Subject: Performing and Fine Arts
High School Credit: 0.5