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THR 355 - Illegal Gatherings Act - South African Protest Theatre

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The South African Anti-Apartheid movement saw mass resistance against the government's racial segregationist policies. Students will learn about the conditions that gave rise to Apartheid and the Anti-Apartheid movement, taking a look at the instrumental role that the performing arts and protest theatre played in dismantling the unjust system. Participants will develop performance work of their own based in South African protest theatre, encouraging a rejection of excess and on seeing obstacles as opportunities. Students will craft original protest theatre works that address sociopolitical concerns of their choosing. Students should expect that homework will manifest as group rehearsals outside of class in the last few weeks of the course. Grading: Other 25% = Final theater project. Students should expect to spend up to three hours a week reading books and plays, and watching theater and will write short papers. Students will develop and practice a theatrical performance style based in protest theater and create their own protest theater during the semester.
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Fall 2021
Offered
WF
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1