Recent topics have included Public Relations, International Media, Family Communication, Conflict Resolution, American Theatre and the Vietnam War, Human Communication Theory, American Film and Culture and Writing for Stage, Screen and TV. This course number may be repeated for credit with different topics.
Spring Semester informationGigi Jennewein
401A: Tps:Spring Shakespeare Festival
This course trains DePauw students to direct local high school students in the mounting of fully staged 90-minute Shakespeare plays. Students spend the first three weeks in the classroom learning best practice techniques for teaching Shakespeare and working with youth. The remainder of the semester is spent in the schools shaping a production while also delivering the emotional and intellectual benefits that can be acquired by physically and vocally experiencing Shakespeare's language. This course culminates in a day-long festival at DePauw University's Moore Theatre (Green Center) comprised of performances of each participating school's play. DePauw's Shakespeare in the Schools program is inspired by and produced in association with Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA. The course requires a M/W/F 2:20-4:50 commitment due to the in-school rehearsal process. It is repeatable for credit. See instructor for details and SPAC.