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Minor in Drama

The requirements for the Minor in Drama are designed to integrate the critical and historical study of drama with the study and experience of performance. A total of 30 units are required to obtain a Minor in Drama. The minor provides aesthetic and critical opportunities for students to develop special aptitudes. Students are encouraged to declare a minor in their sophomore year.

MINOR REQUIREMENTS

Required Courses—30 units total for the minor

A course may be listed in more than one area; however, each course can only satisfy one minor requirement. There is no double credit for a course. A student may petition to the department Undergraduate Adviser to have additional courses offered by the department count towards requirements in areas 2 and 3. All introductory courses are required with no exceptions.

Introductory Core Courses—14 units

DRAMA 30. How Theater is Designed (4 units)

DRAMA 34. Stage Management Techniques (2 units)

DRAMA 101H. How Theater Thinks (4 units)

DRAMA 101P. How Practice Practices (4 units)

  1. Theatrical Literature/History—3 units

    Any course between DRAMA 150-169. The following courses are offered in 2010-2011:

    DRAMA 150T. Racial Erotics

    DRAMA 151T. Great Books

    DRAMA 151. Greek Tragedy

    DRAMA 1552. Beckett

    DRAMA 156H. Dance and Theater

    DRAMA 160. Performance, Dance, and History: From Postwar to Postmodernism

    DRAMA 166H. Historiography of Theater

    DRAMA 167. Avant Garde Theater

    DRAMA 169A. Cultural Traffic

  2. Theatrical Performance Courses: Acting, Directing, and Playwriting—3 units

    Any course with the subject code DANCE

    Acting courses between DRAMA 20-29, 120-129, 210. The following courses are offered in 2010-11:

    DRAMA 20. Acting for Non-Majors

    DRAMA 120A,B. Fundamentals of Acting

    DRAMA 120V. Vocal Production and Audition

    DRAMA 121C. Physical Characterization

    DRAMA 121S. Acting Shakespeare

    DRAMA 122. Contemporary Vernacular Dance in New Musical Theater

    DRAMA 122P. Undergraduate Acting Project

    DRAMA 110. Identity, Diversity, and Aesthetics: The Institute for Diversity in the Arts (IDA)

    Playwriting and Dramaturgy courses between DRAMA 70-79. The department is not offering any courses in the 70 series in 2010-11.

    Directing, Playwriting and Dramaturgy courses between DRAMA 170-179. The following courses are offered in 2010-11:

    DRAMA 170A. Concepts of Directing

    DRAMA 170B. Advanced Directing

    DRAMA 177. Writing for Performance

    DRAMA 178. Playwriting

  3. Theatrical Production—4 units

    DRAMA 39. Theater Crew (4 units)

  4. Electives—6 units

Any courses in Drama or Dance.

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