University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Theatre

Courses Taught by Lynne Greeley

THE 050 - Dramatic Analysis
Examination of structural characteristics of the basic forms and styles of drama and the manner in which they affect theatrical representation. Fall. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing & permission. Credits: 3.

THE 150 - Theatre History I: Classical/Medieval/Renaissance Theatre
A study of the theatrical rituals of Greece, Rome, and the Middle Ages leading to the reinvention of theatre in Renaissance Italy, England, and Spain. Spring. Prerequisite: THE 050 Credits: 3.

THE 151 - Theatre History II: Renaissance France to Contemporary Europe & the USA
A study of the historical context, theatrical conventions, and the plays representations of Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, and the revolts against Realism. Fall. Prerequisite: THE 150. Credits: 3.

THE 180 - Eurotheatre
Spring research and preparation for 2-week intensive study of theatre in Europe. Trip: May/June culminating in submission of journal and research paper. Alternating Spring Prerequisite: Interview with the professor required. Credits: 1-6.

THE 190 (C) - Theatre Practicum
Students actively involved in current department productions may earn credit for work on stage or backstage. Project proposals must be approved by department faculty and be of significant scope to qualify for credit. Prerequisite: Permission. Repeatable up to 3 hours. Credits: .5-3.

THE 197 - Readings & Research Fall. Prerequisite: Permission. Credits: .5-9.
THE 198 - Readings & Research Spring. Prerequisite: Permission. Credits: .5-9.

THE 200 - Professional Preparation
Topics include preparing for auditions, portfolio reviews, interviews, and research papers for entrance into graduate schools or professional theatre venues. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing and by permission only. Credits: 1-3.

THE 255: Playing with Femininity
Finding new femininities. Investigating how contemporary American artists use femininity to question and invert cultures and explore new femininities challenging gender, race and sexual preferences. Credits: 3.

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