Dramatic Literature and the Human Experience, Minor
This minor is designed for students with an interest in experiencing theatre as ideas, connecting theatre and creative writing, and understanding human behavior and psychology as captured by the written word. Students can select a personalized path of study to explore a range of diverse and innovative plays, playwrights, dramatic theories, forms, and movements spanning from Ancient Greece to today.
The dramatic literature and human experience minor combines courses from the Department of Theatre with additional choices from the English, communication studies, and media and screen studies departments.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|THTR 1101||Introduction to Theatre||4|
|Choose three from the following:||12|
|Note: Two of the three electives must be selected within the theatre curriculum.|
|Communication and Storytelling|
|Introduction to Shakespeare|
|Classics of Global Theatre|
|Rebels of Modern Drama|
|America Onstage: Dramatizing the Dream|
|From Script to Stage|
|Boston Theatre Experience|
|Theatre and Society|
|Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Theatre|
|Queer Theatre and Performance|
Note: For theatre majors, only Introduction to Theatre (THTR 1101) may be double counted within the existing theatre requirements. They must take three additional courses to complete the minor (for a total of six dramatic literature courses).
2.000 GPA required in the minor