D/D 205 History of the Theater

Professor: R. Rockman

CRN: 11547

Distribution: F

Time: M 3:40 pm - 5:40 pm OLIN 201

A survey course examining the history and aesthetics of the theatre, together with the concomitant development of methods and styles of staging, production, and acting. Reading of relevant plays accompanies the study. Recommended for all drama/dance majors.


DRAMA/DANCE STUDIO COURSES

All studio course meet in the Drama or Dance Studio unless otherwise stated.

D/D 104 Introduction to Acting and D/D 112 Introduction to Dance

Drama/Dance major, whether a first-year or transfer student, is required to register for both D/D 104 and D/D 112 for a total of eight credits. There are six sections of acting, and five in dance technique. Students must choose two sections of acting for two credits each to earn a a total of four credits; they must choose four sections of dance for one credit each to earn a total of four credits. In both cases these credits are indivisible Distribution Area: F

Acting
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11499 104 H Hickok Mon 10:30-12:30
11500 104 G Dolan Tue 10:20-12:30
11501 104 C Passloff Wed 10:30-12:30
11502 104 S Sills Thu 10:30-12:30
11503 104 D Thornton Thu 3:40-5:40
11504 104 F Bogart et alia Fri 1:30-3:30

Dance
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11505 112 C Reidl Tue 8:45-10:15
11506 112 G Boyce Wed 3:00-4:30
11507 112 E Churchill Thu 8:45-10:15
1150891774 112 D Latimer Thu 1:20-2:50
11509 112 F1 Osberg Fri 11:00-12:30
11510 112 F2 Osberg Fri 3:40-5:10


D/D 204, 304, 404 Units in Acting

Students specializing in Acting must register for two Units in Acting (D/D 204, 304, or 404) for three credits each, and one Unit of Movement for Actors (D/D 222, 322 or 422 depending on the student's level) for two credits. Students who register for the integrated Unit B in opera must also register for Speech and Voice for Actors (D/D 222, 322, or 422 depending on the student's level) for one additional credit. Admission will be by audition, and is limited to 10. Seniors majoring in acting choose two Units and a Movement for Actors, but register for them as D/D 401 or D/D 402 for four credits; one Unit of Studio in Acting for two credits; and Movement for Actors for two credits. Distribution Area: F
Units In Acting
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11511
11512
11513
204 H
304 H
404 H
Hickok Mon 1:30-3:30
11514
11515
11516
204 G
304 G
404 G
Dolan Wed 10:30-12:30
11517
11518
11519
204 Opera Unit B
304 Opera Unit B
404 Opera Unit B
Driver Wed 1:30-4:30
11520
11521
11522
204 D
304 D
404 D
Thornton Thu 1:20-3:20
11523
11524
11525
204 F
304 F
404 F
Bogart et alia Fri 11:00-1:00
11526
11527
11528
204 S
304 S
404 S
Sills Fri 3:40-5:40


D/D 224, 324, 424 Speech and Voice for Actors

Distribution Area: F
Speech and Voice for Actors
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11532
11533
11534
224
324
424
Driver/ Burrows Wed 1:30-4:30


D/D 222, 322, 422 Movement for Actors

Distribution Area: F
Movement for Actors
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11529
11530
11531
222
322
422
Churchill Mon 11:00-12:00


STUDIOS IN DANCE

Those for whom dance is their speciality must register for four sections of Studio in Dance (D/D 212, 312, or 412 depending on the student's level). Each section is graded separately for one credit. The four credits are indivisible. Majors in dance must also register for Dance Composition and Dance workshop (218, 318, 418) for four credits. Seniors majoring in dance should register for D/D 401 or 402 for four credits, and four studio technique classes for four credits (D/D 212, 312, or 412), and must attend Dance Composition classes and Dance Workshop. Distribution Area F

Studio in Intermediate Dance II Studio in Advanced Dance III & IV
Studio in Intermediate Dance II
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11535 212 C Reid Mon 11:00-12:30
11536 212 E Churchill Tue 3:40-5:10
11537 212 G Boycel Wed 1:20-2:50
11538 212 F Osberg Fri 1:20-2:50
Studio in Advanced Dance III & IV
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11539
11540
312 C1
412 C1
Reid Mon 1:20-2:50
11541
11542
312 C2
412 C2
Reid Tue 11:00-12:30
11543
11544
312 E
412 E
Churchill Wed 11:00-12:30
11545
11546
312 D
412 D
Latimer Thu 3:00-4:30


D/D 217, 317, 417 Studio in Dance Composition

All sections of the course must be taken at any level. Distribution Area: F
Studio in Dance Composition
CRN Section Instructor Schedule
11548 D/D 218 ACE Churchill
Passloff
Churchill/Reid/Passloff
Mon 9:00-10:30
Wed 9:00-10:30
Mon 6:00-8:00
11549 D/D 318 ACE Reid
Churchill/Reid/Passloff
Mon 3:40-5:10
Mon 6:00-8:00
11550 D/D 418 ACE Reid
Churchill/Reid/Passloff
Mon 3:40-5:10
Mon 6:00-8:00


D/D 316 Studio in Dance Repertory

Professor: L. Latimer

CRN: 11551

Distribution: F

Time: Th 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm

This studio taught by two choreographers, one in the fall and one in the spring, offers students the experience of choreography made or re-created for them, and thus provides insight into the compositional process. Open only to junior and senior drama/dance majors or by invitation of the instructor. May be taken no more than four times.


D/D 306 Studio in Directing

Professor: W. Driver

CRN: 11552

Distribution: F

Time: Th 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

The course covers the theory and practice of preparation, rehearsal, and staging of a production and considers directing methods over the last century. In the second half of the course students apply what they have learned to a public production on the Bard stage. Enrollment is by permission of the instructor and is open only to students who have fulfilled the prerequisites: Drama/Dance 103, 104, and 112 and work as a stage manager.


D/D 244 Flamenco

Professor: A. Passloff

CRN: 11718

Distribution: F

Time: Tu 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AVA

Entrance to beginning flamenco is by permission of the instructor.


D/D 344 Flamenco

Professor: A. Passloff

CRN: 11719

Distribution: F

Time: Tu 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm AVA
Tu 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AVA


D/D 444 Flamenco

Professor: A. Passloff

CRN: 11720

Distribution: F

Time: Tu 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AVA


D/D 112 G Katherine Dunham Based Technique (Afro-Cuban Dance)

Professor: L. Boyce

CRN: 11506

Distribution: F

Time: W 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

of related interest to MES
1 credit


D/D 212 G Katherine Dunham Based Technique (Afro-Cuban Dance)

Professor: L. Boyce

CRN: 11537

Distribution: F

Time: W 1:30 pm - 2:50 pm

of related interest to MES
1 credit


D/D 242 Studio in Technical Theater

Professor: N. Lunn

CRN: 11553

Distribution: F

Time: By Arrangement

A course in the methods, techniques, and practice of technical theater production. Stage management, scene building, lighting, wardrobe, property management, costume, and property building are taught through practical work on drama and dance productions of the Bard Theatre. Each student is assigned responsibility for technical work in one area of proven competence on at least one production in the course of the semester. The class meets once a week for planning and problem solving. Students also are expected to attend production meetings for plays and dance theater as a support resource, to assist as required by the instructor, and to be familiar with the theater's work and problems in all areas. Each applicant must have worked successfully in the previous three semesters as a crew chief or assistant on at least two productions. Enrollment is limited to eight students and is by permission of the instructor. Open to nonmajors.