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T-LT 5905 - Graduate Theater History Seminar
From the Greeks onward, theatrical innovation advances at a rapid pace. Theatres and theater companies are established and expanded. New paradigms of design, acting, and directing are created and implemented. This is a period of revolutions--revolutions that change the way human beings think and feel about themselves and the world around them. In the midst of such persistent changes, it is vital to foreground underrepresented historical voices. Acknowledging the systematic marginalization of cultures and peoples made invisible by racism, slavery, colonialism, patriarchy, and other historical forces, is a critical challenge of artistry and scholarship in our time. Historical and dramaturgical study is now attempting to correct these wrongs--not just through written texts, but through the practical activity of making theatre.

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Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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