Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
DRA 373 The Theatrical Imagination
4 hours; 4 credits
Investigation of theater as a uniquely visual medium that is dependent on the imaginative use of bodies in sculpted space. Students will work to extend the use of their own bodies and experiment with diverse materials to learn to create imaginative stage images. They will also study the work of artists, sculptors, and theater artists who work in striking configurations of space, material elements, and bodies. The course is useful to all students of theater, whether they are interested in acting, directing, or design.
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