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THR 251 - One Flea Spare Project

In a joint project with students from Fordham University, Georgetown University, Purchase College, and UMass-Amherst, students will create a virtual new media response to Naomi Wallace' play One Flea Spare. This story about strangers quarantining together during London's 17th Century Great Plague, will provoke our wild artistic departure about our own communities' social iniquities, abuses of power, classism, racism, burden on essential workers, fake science, and questions about who can afford to survive a plague and the boundaries of gender and the body. Absolutely no theatre or performance experience necessary, just a desire to be creative. Work in this class is cumulative. New skills are introduced every week, but as the semester progresses, we will always incorporate all the material and techniques developed up until that point. Grading: 30% Other = Final class project in lieu of final exam or paper. Homework for this course includes readings from course materials, viewings of videos and films, and virtual field trips to see shows live. Rehearsals happen within class time and outside in small working groups. The semester culminates in a later new media project which collects the small group work into a public showing. Attendance is very important, as is a willingness to work collaboratively with other students.
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