Directing for Theater and Music Theater

This course is designed to encourage the development of directors for theater and musical theater, covering techniques and practices from both areas. The course will look at the practices of a small list of key figures in world theatre and how their work has in¿uenced how directors approach the rehearsal room today. The course will incorporate a strong practical element, giving student directors the opportunity to explore and hone their own practices, developing useful and appropriate style and language as they move forward in their work as young directors.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:

One of the below courses OR another relevant studio course OR significant theater making experience. THR 101 (Intro to Theater Making); THR 201 (Intro to Acting); THR 301 (Intermediate acting); THR 341 (Acting and Directing for Musical Theater); THR 400 (Theatrical Design Studio).

Enrollment by application or interview. Departmental permission required. Please apply for this course below:

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Faculty

Sections

S01

Mondays, 1:30-4:20 PM

Instructor(s)

John Doyle