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Course Overview

An introduction to the basic principles of creating plays for the stage. Various ways of making a play will be explored through writing, improvisations, collaboration with other writers and/or actors, videotapes, and adaptations of other literary forms (poetry, fiction, nonfiction) into dramatic forms.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: THE101 or permission of the instructor.

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