CTAR 150L3 - Introduction to Theatre [GEKA & GELB]
A lecture-demonstration course with the purpose of fostering appreciation of theatre through an understanding of its production components, its forms and styles, and its historical development. Attendance required at select EMU theatre productions. Required of theatre arts majors and minors.
Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation
Class-Level Restriction Undergraduate standing
Theatre is an integral component of human experience. The study of theatre promotes reflection, collaboration and individual expression. As a reflector of cultural traditions, theatre illuminates customs, mores and behaviors. As a collaborative endeavor it encourages both critical and creative thinking. As a method of individual expression, it facilitates the articulation of intellectual and emotional experience. Since theatrical production involves literature, music, movement and design it is an ideal vehicle for the study of the arts.
Equivalent Courses CTAR 150L
Previously listed as CTAR 150L
Updates Change to number 7/2014, effective Fall 2015
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