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THR 347 - Gender Crossings in American Musical Theater

This course offers an intensive survey of gender crossings on the American musical theater stage. The course's study of American musicals (in terms of form, content and context) will be anchored in a historical exploration of world theatrical traditions of cross-gender performance. The course will examine multiple modes of cross-gender performance, while also considering musicals that stage gender role reversals and those that open questions of gender expression and identity. The course will be supplemented with visiting guest artists and scholars, at least one field trip to NYC (provided that travel restrictions and pandemic conditions allow) to see a musical, and required attendance at selected musicals staged on the Princeton campus. Two or three musicals each week (including script, cast album, taped Broadway production or film) plus 2-3 theoretical, critical and/or historical articles. Short weekly readings and listening sessions, with occasional screenings, field trips (provided that travel restrictions and pandemic conditions allow), workshops with guest artists, and performances as required. Weekly short written assignments throughout the semester.
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