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TPST-200 Adaptation and Performance of Literature
Fall for 2014-2015
  • Onoda, Natsu
  • This interdisciplinary intermediate course engages students in an experiential and experimental approach to the adaptation, staging, and performance of literature (poetry, fiction, non-fiction), working across a variety of cultures, genres and styles. Students will develop original performances, acting as the adapter, director, and performer in their works. Students will work collaboratively, as well as independently, as they pursue the intersection of critical and creative values. Cross-listed with Comparative Literature, this course is required for the TPST major. It also fulfills the Humanities and Writing II requirement. Theater Performance Fees
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None
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