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F14-W15 F FA THEA 1010 3.00 A Introduction to Acting I

FA THEA 1010 3.00 A - Introduction to Acting I

Introduces the principles, processes and skills of acting for the stage. Students will rehearse and perform a variety of class presentations, and actively participate in warm-ups, theatre games and acting exercises. A practical studio course with a strong written component to the curriculum. Required of all first-year theatre majors. Open only to theatre majors. Corequisites: FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200 6.00. Note: A minimum of two rehearsal hours per week may be required.

Mark E Wilson -
LAB 1M 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 139
LAB 3M 11:30 - 14:30 ATK 102E
LAB 4M 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
LAB 5M 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 209
F14-W15 W FA THEA 1011 3.00 M Introduction to Acting II

FA THEA 1011 3.00 M - Introduction to Acting II

Continues the exploration of the principles, processes and skills of acting for the stage commenced in FA/THEA 1010 3.00, with a particular emphasis on basic script analysis and the rehearsing and performing of monologues and scenes. A practical studio course with is a strong written component to the curriculum. Open to theatre majors only. Prerequisite: A minimum of a B final grade in THEA 1010 3.00.

Mark E Wilson -
LAB 1M 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 139
LAB 3M 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 142
LAB 4M 11:30 - 14:30 ATK 102E
LAB 5M 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
LAB 6M 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 209
F14-W15 F FA THEA 1100 3.00 A Introduction to Stagecraft I

FA THEA 1100 3.00 A - Introduction to Stagecraft I

Introduces the fundamentals and vocabulary of design, lighting and stagecraft (in any given year this could include sound, props, paint etc.). Corequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1200 6.00. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 1100 6.00, FA/DANC 1270 3.00. Note: Open to theatre majors only. Note: Evening and/or weekend crew work on department productions is required, as well as lab hours.

Peter M McKinnon F 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 001
LAB 1T 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 132
LAB 2T 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 105
LAB 3T 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 153
F14-W15 W FA THEA 1110 3.00 M Introduction to Stagecraft II

FA THEA 1110 3.00 M - Introduction to Stagecraft II

Continues the introduction to the basics of theatrical production begun in FA/THEA 1100 3.00. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 1100 6.00. Note: Open to theatre majors only.

Michael Cuttini F 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 001
LAB 1T 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 132
LAB 2T 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 105
LAB 3T 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 153
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 1200 6.00 A Introduction to Theatre and Performance

FA THEA 1200 6.00 A - Introduction to Theatre and Performance

Provides a foundational encounter with diverse forms of theatre from different epochs, proceeding into a survey of theatre and drama from classical Athens to Elizabethan London and 17th century Paris, integrating analytical reading with explorations of performance possibilities. Required of all first-year theatre majors. Open only to theatre majors and minors. Corequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00 and FA/THEA 1100 3.00.Note: Attendance at Prime Time is required for theatre majors.

Alberto J. Guevara M 14:30 - 16:30 R S137
W 11:30 - 13:30
TUTR 1M 16:30 - 17:30 ACE 006
TUTR 2M 16:30 - 17:30 ACE 008
TUTR 3M 16:30 - 17:30 ACE 010
TUTR 4M 17:30 - 18:30 ACE 006
TUTR 5M 17:30 - 18:30 ACE 008
F14-W15 F FA THEA 1520 3.00 A Acting for Non-Majors

FA THEA 1520 3.00 A - Acting for Non-Majors

Introduces students to the following concepts: breath/alignment/basic voice work, brief physical warm-up, group work, and improvisation; and the following technique concepts: trusting impulses, objectives, tactics, obstacles, analysis and exploration of monologues and journal writing. Not open to theatre majors. Note: Plus two rehearsal hours per week.

Michael Kelly -
LAB 1M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 8:30 - 11:30 ATK 102E
LAB 3M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 142
LAB 5M 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 207
LAB 6M 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 209
LAB 7M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 207
LAB 8M 19:00 - 22:00 ATK 102E
LAB 9M 11:30 - 14:30 CFA 024
LAB 10M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 139
LAB 11M 8:30 - 11:30 CFA 024
LAB 12S 11:30 - 14:30 CFA 024
LAB 13S 14:30 - 17:30 CFA 024
F14-W15 W FA THEA 1520 3.00 M Acting for Non-Majors

FA THEA 1520 3.00 M - Acting for Non-Majors

Introduces students to the following concepts: breath/alignment/basic voice work, brief physical warm-up, group work, and improvisation; and the following technique concepts: trusting impulses, objectives, tactics, obstacles, analysis and exploration of monologues and journal writing. Not open to theatre majors. Note: Plus two rehearsal hours per week.

Michael Kelly -
LAB 1M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 207
LAB 2M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
LAB 3M 14:30 - 17:30 ATK 102E
LAB 4M 8:30 - 11:30 ATK 102E
LAB 5M 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 209
LAB 6M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 139
LAB 7M 19:00 - 22:00 ATK 102E
LAB 8M 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 207
LAB 9M 17:30 - 20:30 CFA 024
LAB 10M 11:30 - 14:30 CFA 024
F14-W15 F FA THEA 1521 3.00 A Acting for Non-Majors II

FA THEA 1521 3.00 A - Acting for Non-Majors II

Builds on the prerequisite course THEA 1520 3.00 Acting for Non-Majors, exploring acting concepts at the intermediate level. Additionally, students will begin work on realistic scene study which will involve research, text analysis, the building of a character, as well as other process methods of rehearsal. Open to non-majors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1520 3.00.

Nicole Landau -
LAB 1T 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 138
LAB 2W 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
LAB 3T 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
LAB 4W 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 138
F14-W15 W FA THEA 1521 3.00 M Acting for Non-Majors II

FA THEA 1521 3.00 M - Acting for Non-Majors II

Builds on the prerequisite course THEA 1520 3.00 Acting for Non-Majors, exploring acting concepts at the intermediate level. Additionally, students will begin work on realistic scene study which will involve research, text analysis, the building of a character, as well as other process methods of rehearsal. Open to non-majors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1520 3.00.

Nicole Landau -
LAB 1W 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 142
LAB 2W 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 142
LAB 3T 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 207
LAB 4M 19:00 - 22:00 CFT 142
LAB 5R 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
F14-W15 W FA THEA 1900 3.00 M Intercultural Theatre

FA THEA 1900 3.00 M - Intercultural Theatre

Introduces students to theatre practices and performance styles that reflect the diversity of Toronto's multi-ethnic population. Students attend a variety of productions and performances outside the existing majority entertainment world, highlighting the contributions of First Nations, African-Canadian, Latino/a, South Asian and Asian-Canadian artists. Not open to theatre majors. Open to non-majors.

Alberto J. Guevara F 12:30 - 14:30 ACW 109
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F14-W15 F FA THEA 2010 3.00 A Voice I

FA THEA 2010 3.00 A - Voice I

Introduces the rudiments of voice training for the actor with an introduction to the speaking of prose and poetry. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00, FA/THEA 1200 6.00 and/or audition plus permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2020 3.00, FA/THEA 2030 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Laurel Paetz Smith T 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
W 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
R 14:00 - 16:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2011 3.00 M Voice II

FA THEA 2011 3.00 M - Voice II

Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 2010 3.00 with the addition of speech training. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2010 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2021 3.00, FA/THEA 2031 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Laurel Paetz Smith T 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 138
W 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
R 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 138
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2020 3.00 A Acting I

FA THEA 2020 3.00 A - Acting I

Introduces acting technique through ensemble exercises, improvisation and personal exploration. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00, FA/THEA 1200 6.00 and/or audition plus permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2010 3.00 and FA/THEA 2030 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Paul Lampert W 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
F 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2021 3.00 M Acting II

FA THEA 2021 3.00 M - Acting II

Provides an introduction to a systematic process for building a character and text analysis through work on scenes from established plays. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2020 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2011 3.00, FA/THEA 2031 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Paul Lampert T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
R 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2022A 3.00 M Scene Study for Theatre Studies

FA THEA 2022A 3.00 M - Scene Study for Theatre Studies

Offers a survey course that is a basic exploration of the acting process. Students face the challenge of translating a scene from script to stage as performers and discover the questions that must be answered before the scene can live. This course is restricted to Theatre Studies students. Prerequisites: FA/THEA1010 3.00, FA/THEA1100 3.00 and FA/THEA1200 6.00 and/or permission of the department

Mark E Wilson W 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
F 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2030 3.00 A Movement I

FA THEA 2030 3.00 A - Movement I

Provides an introduction to the rudiments of the physical techniques necessary for the actor. It is the beginning of building a vocabulary of movement, self-discipline and learning how to solve individual problems. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200 6.00 and/or audition plus permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2010 3.00 and FA/THEA 2020 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Michael J Greyeyes T 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
W 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
R 11:00 - 13:00 CFA 024
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2031 3.00 M Movement II

FA THEA 2031 3.00 M - Movement II

Offers an intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 2030 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2030 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 2011 3.00, FA/THEA 2021 3.00. Open to theatre majors only.

Michael J Greyeyes T 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
W 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
R 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2050 3.00 A Introduction to Devised Theatre I

FA THEA 2050 3.00 A - Introduction to Devised Theatre I

Offers students an introduction to the devising of original theatre in a collaborative setting. Through classroom exercises and the creation, rehearsal and presentation of devised and interpreted performance projects, the participants will explore the essential questions and investigative tools of the theatre practitioner. Practical studio course.Prerequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.0, FA/THEA 1100, and FA/THEA 1200 3.0, and/or permission of the Theatre Department. Open to Theatre majors only.Co-requisites: FA/THEA 2141 3.0 and FA/THEA 2410 6.0

Laura Levin W 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 209
F 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2051 3.00 M Introduction to Devised Theatre II

FA THEA 2051 3.00 M - Introduction to Devised Theatre II

Affords students a continued introduction to the devising of theatre in all aspects, from conception to execution. Classroom exercises and performance project assignments will deepen the exploration of the processes and skills of the theatre practitioner. Practical studio course. Prerequisite: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2050 3.00 and permission of the department. Open to theatre majors only. Note: Plus rehearsal hours.

Laura Levin W 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
F 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 207
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2060 3.00 A Voice and Speech I

FA THEA 2060 3.00 A - Voice and Speech I

Provides an introductory course in voice and speech for effective communication. Exercises and practical applications in a variety of speaking contexts focus on vocal function, breath, resonance, articulation and coping with performance stress. Prerequisites: None.

David Smukler -
LAB 1M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 139
LAB 3M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 142
LAB 4M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2060 3.00 M Voice and Speech I

FA THEA 2060 3.00 M - Voice and Speech I

Provides an introductory course in voice and speech for effective communication. Exercises and practical applications in a variety of speaking contexts focus on vocal function, breath, resonance, articulation and coping with performance stress. Prerequisites: None.

David Smukler -
LAB 1M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 139
LAB 3M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 142
LAB 4M 8:30 - 11:30 CFA 024
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2061 3.00 M Voice and Speech II

FA THEA 2061 3.00 M - Voice and Speech II

Provides the student a chance to further develop the skills introduced in FA/THEA 2060. The focus will be on expanding the work on freeing their voices and building a healthy vocal communication through examining physical and vocal patterns. There will be examination of the impact of stress on oral communication in a variety of situations and conditions. There will be an introduction to argument/rhetoric in relationship to a variety of styles of language and modes of presentation. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2060 3.00. Course credit exclusion: AK THEA 2071 3.00.

David Smukler -
LAB 1M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 138
LAB 2M 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 142
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2064 3.00 M Acting Shakespeare

FA THEA 2064 3.00 M - Acting Shakespeare

"Acting Shakespeare" is a studio course for students who are not in the Department of Theatre's BFA acting program. The purpose of the course is to help the students develop practical skills in acting Shakespeare's language. This course is open to all students outside of the Department of Theatre's BFA acting program. It is recommended but not required, that the students have already taken Theatre 2060 (Voice and Speech) and/or Theatre 1520 Acting for Non-Majors.

David Smukler -
LAB 1T 11:30 - 14:30 CFA 024
LAB 2M 19:00 - 22:00 ACE 209
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2100 3.00 A Production Practicum

FA THEA 2100 3.00 A - Production Practicum

Provides students with the opportunity to learn and practice the technical and management skills associated with creating a production. Required of all second-year students working in production and design. Open to majors/minors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 with a minimum grade of C+ or by permission of the Theatre Department. Corequisite: FA/THEA 2110 6.00, FA/THEA 2410 6.00.

Michael Cuttini T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2101 3.00 A Production Practicum Michael Cuttini T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2110 6.00 A 2nd year Stagecraft

FA THEA 2110 6.00 A - 2nd year Stagecraft

Offers further practical exploration into the elements of theatrical production. Students will explore management, scenic, drafting, lighting and sound techniques. Required of all second-year students working in production and design. Open to theatre majors/minors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 with a minimum grade of C+, FA/THEA 1200 6.00 and permission of the Department. Co-requisites: FA/THEA 2100 3.00 and FA/THEA 2410 6.00

Michael Cuttini F 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 132
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2110 6.00 B 2nd year Stagecraft

FA THEA 2110 6.00 B - 2nd year Stagecraft

Offers further practical exploration into the elements of theatrical production. Students will explore management, scenic, drafting, lighting and sound techniques. Required of all second-year students working in production and design. Open to theatre majors/minors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 with a minimum grade of C+, FA/THEA 1200 6.00 and permission of the Department. Co-requisites: FA/THEA 2100 3.00 and FA/THEA 2410 6.00

Michael Cuttini W 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 132
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2120 3.00 A An Introduction to Costuming

FA THEA 2120 3.00 A - An Introduction to Costuming

Offers an introduction to costume drafting, construction and maintenance. Emphasis is placed on the proper use of equipment and employment of techniques of costuming.Note Students will be expected to serve on one crew for a departmental production. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 or FA/DANC 1270 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200 6.00 or permission of the course director. Open to majors and non-majors.

Sylvia Defend R 11:30 - 16:30 CFT 105
F14-W15 W FA THEA 2121 3.00 M Basic Costuming I

FA THEA 2121 3.00 M - Basic Costuming I

Continues the work begun in FA/THEA 2120 3.00, providing further exploration of the costuming process. It examines techniques from conception to final costume fabrication and how it can be an integral element in a theatrical production. Lectures, demonstrations and projects will help the student develop skills in working with any aspect of theatrical costuming. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2120 3.00 or permission of the course director. Open to majors and non-majors.

Sylvia Defend R 11:30 - 16:30 CFT 105
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2141 3.00 A Introduction to Design for Theatre

FA THEA 2141 3.00 A - Introduction to Design for Theatre

Introduces the basic principles of theatrical design dealing with aesthetics and the design process explored through lectures and exercises. The history of scenography and contemporary aspects of stage design is also studied. . Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1110 3.00 or permission of the department. Open to majors and non-majors. CCE, FA/THEA 2141 prior to Fall 2010

Julia Tribe W 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 002
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2200 6.00 A Theatrical Worlds in Transition

FA THEA 2200 6.00 A - Theatrical Worlds in Transition

Building on the foundation established in Origins of Theatre (FA/THEA 1200 6.00), this course continues to trace the evolution of theatrical style and dramatic form from a historical perspective, from the 17th to the 20th century. Required of all second year majors. Open to non-majors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200 6.00 or permission of the course director.

Magdalena Kazubowski- Houston M 11:30 - 13:30 ACW 006
TUTR 1M 13:30 - 14:30 ACW 302
TUTR 2M 13:30 - 14:30 ACW 303
TUTR 3M 14:30 - 15:30 ACW 303
TUTR 4M 14:30 - 15:30 ACW 304
F14-W15 F FA THEA 2210 3.00 A Ideas of Theatre

FA THEA 2210 3.00 A - Ideas of Theatre

Provides a basis for continuing work in theatre studies. This course examines questions about the nature of theatre and its role in society. Required of all second-year theatre studies students. Open to non-majors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200 6.00 or permission of the course director. Corequisite: For theatre majors, FA/THEA 2200 6.00.

Tony Berto R 14:30 - 16:30 ACW 106
TUTR 1R 16:30 - 17:30 ACW 305
TUTR 2R 16:30 - 17:30 R S104
TUTR 3R 17:30 - 18:30 R S104
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 2410 6.00 A History of Visual Sources

FA THEA 2410 6.00 A - History of Visual Sources

Offers a survey course relating the architecture, art, clothing, interior design and furnishings of Western civilization to the theatre. The course also touches on the visual aspects of the theatrical styles of various periods. Required of all production and directing students. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 1010 3.00, FA/THEA 1100 3.00 and FA/THEA 1200. Corequisite for BFA Production students: FA/THEA 2100 3.00, FA/THEA 2110 6.00 others by permission of the Theatre Department.

Ian P. Garrett T 8:30 - 11:30 CFA 312
R 8:30 - 11:30 CFA 312
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3010 3.00 A Voice III

FA THEA 3010 3.00 A - Voice III

This intermediate level course is a continuation of techniques, principles and explorations in voice, speech and text for the actor. Prerequisites BFA (Acting): FA/THEA 2010 3.00, Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2011 3.00, FA/THEA 2020 3.00, FA/THEA 2021 3.00, FA/THEA 2030 3.00, FA/THEA 2031 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 3011 3.00, FA/THEA 3020 3.00 and FA/THEA 3030 3.00. Open to majors only.

Laurel Paetz Smith T 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
W 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
R 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3011 3.00 M Voice IV

FA THEA 3011 3.00 M - Voice IV

Provides intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 3010 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3010 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 3021 3.00 and FA/THEA 3031 3.00. Open to majors only.

David Smukler T 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
W 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
R 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3020 3.00 A Acting III

FA THEA 3020 3.00 A - Acting III

Provides an examination of acting techniques, approaches to character development and beginning examination of theatrical styles. Note: Plus rehearsal hours. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2021 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites (BFA Acting): FA/THEA 3010 3.00, FA/THEA 3011 3.00, FA/THEA 3020 3.00, FA/THEA 3021 3.00, FA/THEA 3030 3.00 and FA/THEA 3031 3.00. Open to majors only.

Ines F Buchli T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 139
R 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3021 3.00 M Acting IV

FA THEA 3021 3.00 M - Acting IV

Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 3020 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3020 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 3011 3.00 and FA/THEA 3031 3.00. Open to majors only.

Ines F Buchli T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 139
R 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3030 3.00 A Movement III

FA THEA 3030 3.00 A - Movement III

This intermediate level course is a continuation of techniques, principles and explorations of movement for the actor. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2031 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites (BFA Acting): FA/THEA 3010 3.00, FA/THEA 3011 3.00, FA/THEA 3020 3.00, FA/THEA 3021 3.00 and FA/THEA 3031 3.00. Open to majors only.

Erika Batdorf T 11:00 - 13:00 ACE 209
W 11:00 - 13:00 CFA 024
R 9:00 - 11:00 ACE 209
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3031 3.00 M Movement IV

FA THEA 3031 3.00 M - Movement IV

Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 3030 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3030 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 3010 3.00, FA/THEA 3011 3.00, FA/THEA 3020 3.00, FA/THEA 3021 3.00 and FA/THEA 3030 3.00. Open to majors only.

Erika Batdorf T 9:00 - 11:00 ACE 209
W 11:00 - 13:00 CFA 024
F 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3050 3.00 A Devised Theatre in Practice I

FA THEA 3050 3.00 A - Devised Theatre in Practice I

Rigorously develops the processes and skills of devising and interpreting theatre works within a collaborative context. In classroom exercises, and through the rehearsal and performance of assigned performance projects, students will explore and practice the creative approaches of the theatre practitioner. Practical studio course. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 2051 3.00, FA/THEA 2410 6.0, FA/THEA 2141 3.0, and permission of the department. Open to majors only. Note: Plus rehearsal hours. Co-requisites: 3200 3.0 Modern Theatre and Society

Michael J Greyeyes T 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 209
F 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 207
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3051 3.00 M Devised Theatre in Practice II

FA THEA 3051 3.00 M - Devised Theatre in Practice II

Building on the processes and skills investigated in FA/THEA 3050 3.00, this practical studio course offers students further opportunities to practice the creation and presentation of devised theatre pieces in a collaborative setting. Classroom exercises and assigned performance projects will prepare participants for their final year public showcase in FA/THEA 4050 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3050 3.00 and permission of the Theatre Department. Open to majors only. Note: Plus rehearsal hours.

Michael J Greyeyes T 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 207
F 8:30 - 11:30 ACE 207
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3060 3.00 A Public Speaking:Prep,Practice,Present

FA THEA 3060 3.00 A - Public Speaking:Prep,Practice,Present

Examines how to prepare and practice for presentations in seminars, office, public events. Develops physical, vocal and rhetorical skills needed for public presentations.Prerequisite: third or fourth year standing, Theatre 2060.3.0. Voice and Speech I or permission of the department. Not open to theatre majors. Open to non-majors.

David Smukler -
LAB 1M 19:00 - 22:00 ACE 207
LAB 2W 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 139
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3070 3.00 A Performance Practicum I

FA THEA 3070 3.00 A - Performance Practicum I

Intended for third-year students working in acting, or in assistant directing mounted or unmounted department productions in the fall term. This course offers an intensive opportunity to develop and improve skills in the creation of workshop productions. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 2021 3.00 or FA/THEA 2051 3.00 and/or permission of the department. Open to majors only.

Ines F Buchli S 10:00 - 18:00
T 18:00 - 22:00
W 18:00 - 22:00
R 18:00 - 22:00
F 14:00 - 20:00
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3071 3.00 M Performance Practicum II

FA THEA 3071 3.00 M - Performance Practicum II

Intended for third-year students in acting, or in assistant directing mounted or unmounted department productions in the winter term. This course offers an intensive opportunity to develop and improve skills in the creation of workshop productions. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 3020 3.00 or FA/THEA 3050 3.00 and/or permission of the department. Open to majors only.

Ines F Buchli S 10:00 - 18:00
T 18:00 - 22:00
W 18:00 - 22:00
R 18:00 - 22:00
F 14:00 - 20:00
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3100 3.00 A Production Practicum

FA THEA 3100 3.00 A - Production Practicum

Provides students with an opportunity to experience all aspects of creating a show (including stage management) from a production standpoint. Required of all third-year students working in production and design. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2100 3.00 or permission of the production area. Corequisite: At least one other studio course in theatre production. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 3100 6.00. Open to majors and minors only or by permission of the department..

Sylvia Defend T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3101 6.00 A Production Practicum

FA THEA 3101 6.00 A - Production Practicum

Provides students with an opportunity to experience all aspects of creating a show (including stage management) from a production standpoint. Required of all third-year students working in production and design. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2100 3.00 or permission of the production area. Corequisite: At least one other studio course in theatre production. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 3100 3.00. Open to majors and minors only or by permission of the department...

Sylvia Defend T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3110 3.00 A 3rd year Stagecraft

FA THEA 3110 3.00 A - 3rd year Stagecraft

Explores the principles and practice of producing stage properties and scenic art. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2110 6.00 or permission of the department. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 3171 3.00.

W 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 132
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3120 3.00 M Basic Costuming II

FA THEA 3120 3.00 M - Basic Costuming II

Provides Intensive application and further development of work begun in FA/THEA 2120 3.00. The course focuses on costume drafting and construction, and proper use of equipment and materials. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2120 3.00 or permission of the Theatre Department. Corequisite: FA/THEA 3142 3.00.

Sylvia Defend F 9:00 - 14:00 CFT 105
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3130 6.00 A Lighting Design I

FA THEA 3130 6.00 A - Lighting Design I

Introduces the theory and practical application of theatrical lighting design. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2141 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisite: FA/THEA 3142 3.00 and FA/THEA 3145 3.00. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 3130 3.00.

Steve Ross W 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 154
F 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 154
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3135 3.00 A Management Technologies

FA THEA 3135 3.00 A - Management Technologies

Trains students to use current technologies to mange both production and their own careers. Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts and uses of many computer programs and protocols that will be helpful for furthering themselves in their professions. Students will learn the basic skills needed to establish a web presence for information distribution and self promotion, familiarize themselves with best practices and operation of databases to better manage and record information, and work with common graphic design and presentation software to create more effective and clear documentation.

Ian P. Garrett M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 013
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3142 3.00 A Drawing for the Theatre I

FA THEA 3142 3.00 A - Drawing for the Theatre I

Aims at giving the student the basic skills of drawing, and the particular requirements of visual expression for theatre set and costume design. Corequisites: any of FA/THEA 3120 3.00, FA/THEA 3130 3.00/FA/THEA 3130 6.00, FA/THEA 3143 3.00, FA/THEA 3144 3.00.

David Rayfield W 11:30 - 14:30 ATK 102E
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3143 3.00 A Set and Costume Design I

FA THEA 3143 3.00 A - Set and Costume Design I

Focuses on interrelationships of the visual and spatial elements of the theatrical stage and performers who fill it. The goal is to provide students with basic skills required to design sets and costumes as a whole design. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2141 3.00 or permission of the course director. Corequisite: FA/THEA 3142 3.00.

Phillip Silver R 11:30 - 17:30 CFT 157
F14-W15 W FA THEA 3144 3.00 M Set and Costume Design II

FA THEA 3144 3.00 M - Set and Costume Design II

Continues to build on FA/THEA 3143 3.00 using text analysis, research, drawing, painting and model building for set and costume design in plays and opera. Students will achieve a higher level of understanding the theatre design process. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 3143 3.00 or permission of the course director. Corequisite: FA/THEA 3142 3.00.

Phillip Silver R 11:30 - 17:30 CFT 157
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3145 3.00 A Technical Drawing for the Theatre

FA THEA 3145 3.00 A - Technical Drawing for the Theatre

Familiarizes students with technical drawing for the theatre, both as a creator and reader of drafting. This involves the ability not only to communicate technical material for a design's realisation on stage, but also to translate painted renderings and/or models into technical drawings for costing and construction. It will involve hand drafting at first, the Computer Assisted Drafting towards the end of the course. It is intended for set and lighting design students, as well as students of technical directing, production and stage managers, as well as those working in theatre shops. Pre-requisite: FA/THEA 2110 6.00 or permission of the Department

Michael Cuttini T 8:30 - 11:30 ACW 003
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3180 3.00 A Stage Management

FA THEA 3180 3.00 A - Stage Management

A practicum in the art of stage management, consisting of lectures and seminars on theory, methodology and organization, focused through practical application of developed skills. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 2100 3.00 or permission of the course director.

William Jamieson M 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 301
R 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 301
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3200 3.00 A Modern Theatre and Society

FA THEA 3200 3.00 A - Modern Theatre and Society

Examines the emergence of theatre in Canada. Required of all third-year majors. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 2200 6.00 or permission of the course director.

Donald H Rubin M 11:30 - 14:30 ACW 004
TUTR 1M 13:30 - 14:30 ACW 003
TUTR 2M 13:30 - 14:30 ACW 209
TUTR 3M 14:30 - 15:30 ACW 104
TUTR 4M 14:30 - 15:30 ACW 209
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3225 6.00 A Screen Acting: A Non-Major's Guide

FA THEA 3225 6.00 A - Screen Acting: A Non-Major's Guide

Provides students with a framework for analyzing styles of acting across a wide-range of film genres and periods. Students will examine major actors and acting trends in modern cinema, from the silent period to the current era. Combination internet/lecture course. Open to non-majors.

Melanie Bennett M 18:30 - 22:00 R N102
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F14-W15 W FA THEA 3235 3.00 M The Body in Performance

FA THEA 3235 3.00 M - The Body in Performance

Focuses on ideas and issues surrounding embodiment and the body in performance. Through critical inquiry, it will explore various theoretical perspectives on the performing body and some of the traditions from which it has emerged. Prerequisite: FA/FACS 1900 6.00 or permission of the course director. Course credit exclusion: FA/FACS 3920H 3.00 and FA/FACS 3500 3.00.

Alberto J. Guevara T 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 013
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3290 6.00 A Playwriting and New Play Dramaturgy I

FA THEA 3290 6.00 A - Playwriting and New Play Dramaturgy I

Through reading of student-written material, in-class discussion and dramaturgical input from students and the instructor, students work towards creation and development of theatrical work. Prerequisites: Submission of portfolio and permission of course director.

Judith Rudakoff R 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 301
F14-W15 F FA THEA 3331 3.00 A The Theatricality Of Power

FA THEA 3331 3.00 A - The Theatricality Of Power

Examines the use of theatre, spectacle, and theatricality- by the state, by oppositional groups, and by performance practitioners - to establish or challenge structures of power. Pre-requisite: 3000 level standing or permission of the course director. Course Credit Exclusion: FA/FACS 3100 3.00

Alberto J. Guevara T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 203
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 3450 6.00 A Theatre for Young Audiences

FA THEA 3450 6.00 A - Theatre for Young Audiences

Offers an introductory studio course in the theory and technique of theatre for young audiences. Prerequisites: FA/THEA1010 3.0 and FA/THEA1200 6.0, or permission of the course director. Course credit exclusion: AK/THEA3200 6.0 and FA/THEA 3450 3.0

Belarie Hyman Zatzman W 18:00 - 22:00 ATK 102E
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4010 3.00 A Voice V

FA THEA 4010 3.00 A - Voice V

Incorporates, focuses and adds to the skills developed in prior years training of shaping the character within the context of the play and the performance. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3011 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4020 3.00 and FA/THEA 4030 3.00.

Laurel Paetz Smith W 14:30 - 16:30 ACE 207
R 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
F 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4011 3.00 M Voice VI

FA THEA 4011 3.00 M - Voice VI

Incorporates, focuses and adds to the skills developed in prior years training of shaping the character within the context of the play and the performance. Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 4010 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 4010 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4021 3.00 and FA/THEA 4031 3.00.

Laurel Paetz Smith T 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 138
W 14:00 - 16:00 CFT 139
F 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4020 3.00 A Acting V

FA THEA 4020 3.00 A - Acting V

Examines acting technique. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3021 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4010 3.00 and FA/THEA 4030 3.00.

Mark E Wilson T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 142
R 14:00 - 17:00 ACE 209
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4021 3.00 M Acting VI

FA THEA 4021 3.00 M - Acting VI

Examines acting technique. Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 4020 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 4020 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4011 3.00 and FA/THEA 4031 3.00.

T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 142
R 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4030 3.00 A Movement V

FA THEA 4030 3.00 A - Movement V

Incorporates, focuses and adds to the skills developed in prior years training to shaping the character within the context of the play and the performance. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 3031 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4010 3.00 and FA/THEA 4020 3.00.

Allyson McMackon T 9:00 - 11:00 ACE 209
R 11:00 - 13:00 ACE 209
F 9:00 - 11:00 CFA 024
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4031 3.00 M Movement VI

FA THEA 4031 3.00 M - Movement VI

Incorporates, focuses and adds to the skills developed in prior years training to shaping the character within the context of the play and the performance. Intensive application and further development of the work begun in FA/THEA 4030 3.00. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in FA/THEA 4030 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4011 3.00 and FA/THEA 4021 3.00.

T 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
R 9:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4050 3.00 A Devised Theatre Perspectives

FA THEA 4050 3.00 A - Devised Theatre Perspectives

Offers students in their final year of Creative Ensemble an intensive curriculum in further perspectives of devised theatre exploration. Incorporating skill sets from the previous two years of training, this class will focus on advanced techniques for creating and performing original theatre works in a group setting, in preparation for an unmounted public workshop in the winter term.

Erika Batdorf W 14:30 - 17:30 CFA 024
F 14:30 - 17:30 CFA 024
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4051 3.00 M Devised Theatre Workshop

FA THEA 4051 3.00 M - Devised Theatre Workshop

Offers an opportunity for students to consolidate their training by creating and performing their own piece(s) for a public showcase at the end of the winter term. In accordance with the self-reliant nature of this series of classes, students will participate fully in all aspects of the collaborative devising of theatre in these presentations, from conception to execution, with minimal dependence on external technical support. Prerequisites: Minimum of B in FA/THEA 4050 3.00 and permission of the department. Open to majors only. Note: Plus rehearsal hours.

Erika Batdorf W 14:30 - 17:30 CFA 026
F 14:30 - 17:30 CFA 026
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4070 3.00 A Performance Practicum III

FA THEA 4070 3.00 A - Performance Practicum III

Intended for final-year students in acting, or in assistant directing mounted department productions in the fall term. This course gives students an intensive opportunity to develop advanced skills in the creation of a fully mounted production. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 3021 3.0 or FA/THEA 3050 3.0, and/or permission of the Theatre Department. For assistant directors, it is recommended to take FA/THEA 4485 3.0. Open to Theatre majors only.

Paul Lampert S 10:00 - 18:00
T 18:00 - 22:00
W 18:00 - 22:00
R 18:00 - 22:00
F 14:00 - 20:00
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4071 3.00 M Performance Practicum IV

FA THEA 4071 3.00 M - Performance Practicum IV

Intended for final-year students in acting, or in assistant directing mounted department productions in the winter term. This course gives students an intensive opportunity to develop advanced skills in the creation of a fully mounted production. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 4020 3.0 or FA/THEA 4050 3.0, and/or permission of the Theatre Department. For assistant directors, it is recommended to take FA/THEA 4485 3.0. Open to Theatre majors only.

Mark E Wilson S 10:00 - 18:00
T 18:00 - 22:00
W 18:00 - 22:00
R 18:00 - 22:00
F 14:00 - 20:00
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4100 3.00 A Production Practicum II

FA THEA 4100 3.00 A - Production Practicum II

Required of all fourth-year students working in production and design, the course gives advanced students an opportunity to further develop and perfect skills in the creation of a show. Labs include work on departmental productions. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 3100 3.00 or FA/THEA 3101 6.00. Corequisite: At least one other 4000-level course in theatre production. Open to non-majors by permission of the department. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 4101 6.00.

John Bengtsson Mayberry T 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4101 6.00 A Production Practicum II

FA THEA 4101 6.00 A - Production Practicum II

Required of all fourth-year students working in production and design, the course gives advanced students an opportunity to further develop and perfect skills in the creation of a show. Labs include work on departmental productions. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 3100 3.00 or FA/THEA 3101 6.00. Corequisite: At least one other 4000-level course in theatre production. Open to non-majors by permission of the department. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 4100 3.00.

Ian P. Garrett T 14:30 - 16:30 ACW 006
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4111 3.00 M Sustainable Staging Techniques

FA THEA 4111 3.00 M - Sustainable Staging Techniques

Addresses the need for theatre practitioners to study practices that are more sustainable for the theatrical production and design process. A strong understanding of current sustainable practices in many industries including theatre will be studied and developed . Theatre artists have the goal of creating good art; all people should have the goal to do things sustainably. The goal is to create new, more sustainable methodologies in theatre by looking at the history of theatre practice and the new techniques that are embraced in the construction and design fields of any industry. By Permission of the course director. Open to non-majors.

Ian P. Garrett T 11:30 - 14:30 ACE 012
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4130 3.00 A Lighting Design II

FA THEA 4130 3.00 A - Lighting Design II

Explores the intensive application and further development of work begun in Lighting Design I. Meets for the full academic year. Prerequisite: FA/THEA 3130 6.00, FA/THEA 3142 3.00, FA/THEA 3145 3.00 or permission of the Theatre Department.

Ian P. Garrett W 14:30 - 17:30
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4143 6.00 A Set and Costume Design III

FA THEA 4143 6.00 A - Set and Costume Design III

Continues the design program of THEA 3143 3.0 and THEA 3144 3.0. Students will expand their knowledge in the area of costume and set design. Collaborative and interdisciplinary aspect of the design for performing arts is the focus of this course. Pre- requisite : THEA 3143 3.0, THEA 3144 3.0 , THEA 3145 3.0, THEA 3142 3.0. Open to Theatre majors and/ or permission of the Department

Shawn Jennifer Kerwin T 12:00 - 14:00 ATK 102E
R 11:30 - 17:00 CFT 155
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4150 3.00 A Theatre Career Management

FA THEA 4150 3.00 A - Theatre Career Management

Provides a grounding in a variety of financial, legal and contractual aspects of professional theatre in Canada, as well as the current structure and practice of theatre management. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing required or permission of the course director. Note: FA/THEA 3150 or FA/THEA 4150 is required of all graduating theatre majors.

M 8:30 - 11:30 HNE 038
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4200 3.00 M Perspectives on Contemporary Theatre

FA THEA 4200 3.00 M - Perspectives on Contemporary Theatre

Explores some of the innovative and challenging developments in dramatic writing and theatrical performance in the last 25 years, in Canada and internationally. Prerequisites: For theatre majors, THEA 3200 6.00. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 4270J 3.00, FA/THEA 4270K 3.00.

M 11:30 - 14:30 ACW 102
F14-W15 W FA THEA 4225 3.00 M Museum Theatre

FA THEA 4225 3.00 M - Museum Theatre

Designed to provide students with a broad understanding of museum theatre through an examination of the theory and practice of drama/theatre applications in museum settings. Applied theatre approaches will be explored as a means of mediating knowledge and understanding in the context of museum education. The class will research the history and diverse contexts and sites of museum theatre, which include museums, galleries, and historic sites, for example. The creation of drama/theatre experiences that can be structured to serve as interpretive and educational performances will be highlighted.

Belarie Hyman Zatzman T 14:30 - 17:30 CFT 301
F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4290 6.00 A Playwriting & New Play Dramaturgy II

FA THEA 4290 6.00 A - Playwriting & New Play Dramaturgy II

Emphasizing skills development, this process-oriented course builds on discoveries achieved in Playwriting and New Play Dramaturgy I, and continues to explore the special requirements of new play dramaturgy and play development. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 3290 6.00, submission of portfolio and permission of the department.

Judith Rudakoff T 11:30 - 14:30 CFT 301
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4300 3.00 A Independent Study I

FA THEA 4300 3.00 A - Independent Study I

For highly motivated fourth-year theatre students who have an overall Major GPA of 7.0 (B+) who wish to pursue special and intensive personal study in the theatre Studies Area under the supervision of a Theatre Studies Area instructor. Note: Open by application to the department.

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F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4300 3.00 A Independent Study I

FA THEA 4300 3.00 A - Independent Study I

For highly motivated fourth-year theatre students who have an overall Major GPA of 7.0 (B+) who wish to pursue special and intensive personal study in the theatre Studies Area under the supervision of a Theatre Studies Area instructor. Note: Open by application to the department.

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F14-W15 W FA THEA 4300 3.00 M Independent Study I

FA THEA 4300 3.00 M - Independent Study I

For highly motivated fourth-year theatre students who have an overall Major GPA of 7.0 (B+) who wish to pursue special and intensive personal study in the theatre Studies Area under the supervision of a Theatre Studies Area instructor. Note: Open by application to the department.

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F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4300 6.00 A Independent Study I

FA THEA 4300 6.00 A - Independent Study I

For highly motivated fourth-year theatre students who have an overall Major GPA of 6.00 (B) and a Major GPA of 7.0 (B+), and who wish to pursue special and intensive personal study in the theatre Studies Area under the supervision of a Theatre Studies Area instructor. Note: Open by application to Department of Theatre Undergraduate Education Committee.

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F14-W15 F FA THEA 4301 3.00 A Independent Study II

FA THEA 4301 3.00 A - Independent Study II

Provides highly motivated third- and fourth-year theatre students who wish to pursue specific and intensive personal study in the acting or production area under the supervision of an appropriate area instructor. Note: Open by application to the department.

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F14-W15 W FA THEA 4301 3.00 M Independent Study II

FA THEA 4301 3.00 M - Independent Study II

Provides highly motivated third- and fourth-year theatre students who wish to pursue specific and intensive personal study in the acting or production area under the supervision of an appropriate area instructor. Note: Open by application to the department.

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F14-W15 Y FA THEA 4301 6.00 A Independent Study II

FA THEA 4301 6.00 A - Independent Study II

For highly motivated Fourth-year Theatre students who have an Overall GPA of 6.0 (B) and a Major GPA of 7.0 (B+), and who wish to pursue special and intensive personal study in the Acting or Production Area under the supervision of an appropriate Area instructor.Note: Open by application to the Department of Theatre Undergraduate Education Committee.

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F14-W15 F FA THEA 4330 3.00 A Contemporary Canadian Theatre

FA THEA 4330 3.00 A - Contemporary Canadian Theatre

Provides an in-depth investigation of contemporary Canadian theatre companies, artists and organizations, using hands-on, practical research techniques including interviewing and archiving primary materials from collections, periodicals and other non-traditional reference sources. Prerequisite: Third- or fourth-year standing. Open to non-majors.

Judith Rudakoff W 11:30 - 14:30 ACW 104
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4331 3.00 B Theatre of Political Engagement

FA THEA 4331 3.00 B - Theatre of Political Engagement

Studies the ways in which playwrights and theatre artists have employed theatre as a medium for addressing social and political issues, and as a vehicle for political mobilization. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 4331 6.00. Open to non-majors.

Magdalena Kazubowski- Houston T 11:30 - 14:30 ACW 002
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4335 3.00 A Performance, Violence and Terrorism

FA THEA 4335 3.00 A - Performance, Violence and Terrorism

This course examines the relationship between performance, violence and terrorism from multidisciplinary and ethnographic perspectives. Topics explored include the performance and performativity of everyday violence, genocide and ethnic war, state violence and terrorism, and gendered violence, in diverse socio-historical contexts. Prerequisites: Open to third- and fourth- year students (majors and non-majors). Course enrolment limit: 30 (75% theatre majors).

Magdalena Kazubowski- Houston R 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 002
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4460 6.00 A Improvisation and Playmaking

FA THEA 4460 6.00 A - Improvisation and Playmaking

Examines the principles and techniques of making your own play through improvisation and group work (collective creation), including the adaption of non-dramatic material for the stage. Open to non-majors.

E. Ross Stuart M 18:00 - 22:00 CFA 024
W 18:00 - 22:00 CFA 024
F14-W15 F FA THEA 4485 3.00 A Aspects of Directing

FA THEA 4485 3.00 A - Aspects of Directing

Provides an Investigation and application of the fundamental and intermediate principles of directing for the theatre. Prerequisites: FA/THEA 2410 6.00; FA/THEA 3051 3.00 or FA/THEA 3210 6.00 or FA/THEA 3290 6.00; FA/THEA 3070 3.00 or FA/THEA 3071 3.00; or by application to the department. Corequisites: FA/THEA 4070 3.00 or FA/THEA 4071 3.00. Course credit exclusion: FA/THEA 4480 6.00.

Mark E Wilson R 8:30 - 11:30 CFT 138
F14-W15 F GS THEA 5070 3.00 A Graduate One Voice Teacher Seminar Laurel Paetz Smith F 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 W GS THEA 5071 3.00 M Graduate One Voice Teacher Seminar F 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 F GS THEA 6010 3.00 A Graduate Two Voice David Smukler T 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
W 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
R 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 F GS THEA 6012 3.00 A Graduate Two Text David Smukler W 14:00 - 16:00 CFT 142
R 11:00 - 13:00 CFT 142
F14-W15 F GS THEA 6020 3.00 A Graduate Two Acting Paul Lampert T 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
R 14:00 - 17:00 CFT 138
F14-W15 F GS THEA 6030 3.00 A Graduate Two Movement Erika Batdorf T 9:00 - 11:00 ACE 207
W 9:00 - 11:00 ACE 209
F 11:00 - 13:00 CFA 024
F14-W15 Y GS THEA 6042 6.00 A Graduate Two Directing Ines F Buchli -
F14-W15 F GS THEA 6070 3.00 A Graduate Two Voice Teacher Seminar F 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 W GS THEA 6071 3.00 M Graduate Two Voice Teacher Seminar F 9:00 - 11:00 CFT 139
F14-W15 Y GS THEA 6075 3.00 A Graduate Two Practicum Paul Lampert -
F14-W15 Y GS THEA 6413 3.00 B Grad.2 Ecological Design for Performing Shawn Jennifer Kerwin T 10:00 - 13:00 CFT 104A