Designated topics in communication and theatre are explored. May be repeated with different topics.
Fall Semester informationTimothy Good
291B: Tps:Scenic and Lighting Design
The course will explore the scenographic intersection of lighting and scenic design for stage, screens, museums, and other contexts. Students will receive foundational skills in both areas, and choose an area of concentration for final projects. Can be taken P/F -- contact instructor if interested for details.
291C: Tps:Theatre, Culture and Society: Shakespeare on Film
Students will examine, analyze and discuss film and modern stage adaptations of several plays by William Shakespeare, along with the original play texts. The films and plays will be considered in their historical cultural contexts, and will include adaptations which are fairly "literal" or straightforward, as well as "free adaptations" which diverge widely from or only reference the original texts. Students will write critical response papers and will complete a final research paper to fulfill the "W" component of the course.
Spring Semester informationTimothy Good
291B: Tps:Shakespeare Festival