DRAM100 is an introduction to significant concepts and issues in the study of drama and in the role of drama in society. The course will take an inquiry-based learning approach and engage with these topics through question and investigation. We will explore a range of topics from acting to devising theatre, from criticism to directing, and from stage design to theories of the theatre. Consistent with the overall liberal arts perspective of the drama program here at Queen’s, we will encourage critical thinking about the communicative role of theatre in society and the analysis of what makes good theatre.
Class meeting: Mondays 1-2:20pm and Wednesdays 11:30am-12:50pm (plus a weekly 1.5 hr lab)
Location: Convocation Hall in Theological Hall 2nd floor
Jenn’s email: jenn.stephenson (at) queensu.ca
Jenn’s office location: Carruthers 307
Jenn’s office hours: Wednesdays 2:30-4pm or by appointment
Jenn’s office phone: 533-6000 ext 78597
Grahame’s email: renykg (at) queensu.ca
Grahame’s office location: Theological Hall 303
Grahame’s office hours: TBA
Grahame’s office phone: 533-6000 ext 78884
The course also has a generic email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. This address should be used for extension requests and general questions. Any personal correspondence should go to one of the instructors’ email addresses.
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Image source: Queen’s Drama production of Crave by Sarah Kane. February 2004.