Theatre 100: Introduction to Theatre
-- Instructor: Mr. Larry Wild --
-- Internet Section: Summer 2011 --
Larry Wild, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Emeritus
Office: JFAC 124A
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Page: http://www.northern.edu/wild/index.htm
Introductory course designed to enhance the student's enjoyment and understanding of the theatrical experience. Play readings, films and demonstrations acquaint the students with the history and techniques of the theatrical arts.
Course Learning Goals or Objectives:
Students successfully completing this course will have met South Dakota Board of Regents General Education Goal #4.
BOR System Goal #4:
Students will understand the diversity and complexity of human experience through study of the arts and humanities.
Theatre. The Lively Art by Edwin Wilson and Alvin Goldfarb. (Boston: McGraw-Hill College), 7th ed., 2010.|
The Publisher's Textbook Web Page
Hamlet, an Elizabethan tragedy by William Shakespeare
Pygmalian, an early 20th century eomedy by George Bernard Shaw
Both plays are available at the book store, library or on the InterNet
- Theatre and the Internet
- Experiencing Theatre
- The Audience
- Creating the Blueprint
- Theatrical Genres
- Playwriting: The Process
- Acting for the Stage
- The Director and the Producer
First Little Quiz (50 points)
- Theatre Spaces
- The Designers: Scenery and Costumes
- The Designers: Lighting and Sound
- Film History
- Film Production
- Radio: History and Production
- Television: History and Production
Second Little Quiz (50 points)
- Early Theatre: Greek, Roman and Medieval
- Asian Theatre
- Renaissance Theatre: Italy
- Renaissance Theatre: England
- Renaissance Theatre: Spain
- Renaissance Theatre: France
Third Little Quiz (50 points)
- Theatre from Restoration through Romanticism: Restoration and 18th Century
- Theatre from Restoration through Romanticism: Nineteenth Century
- Early Modern Theatre: 1875-1945
- Global Theatre: 1945-2000: The Drama
- Global Theatre: 1945-2000: African American Theatre
- Global Theatre: 1945-2000: The American Musical
Fourth Little Quiz (50 points)
Theatre and Drama
Film and Television
- Playbill On-Line
A searchable listing of shows playing in New York, both on and off
The internet source for the New York Theatre scene
- The Internet Broadway Database
The official database for Broadway theatre information. IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.
- The Complete Works of
The title says it all.
- The Internet Movie Database
A searchable index with more information on movies and the people who make them, than you could possibly ever use.
Links to the four commercial and one non-commercial American broadcast networks.
[SD Public Broadcasting]
Links to local broadcasters.
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Last updated: June 16, 2011
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Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD