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AMCS 3231 - Sex, Drugs, And Rock N Roll: The Theatre Of The Sixties

Description
During the turbulent, exhilarating and dangerous decade of the Sixties, theatre radically changed course and came alive in new ways. The Viet Nam war, Kennedy Assassination, Second Wave Feminism, the influence of the Theatre of the Absurd, an emerging drug culture, Black Power, Pop Art, and changing views about sexuality-all these had repercussions in both America's social fabric and artistic life. The theatrical response to this cultural upheaval emphasized ritual, movement and ensemble performance over individual authorship and traditional language. Instead of a focus on domestic drama, there was rage; instead of realism, there was experiment. This vibrant, controversial decade saw the appearance of controversial, landmark plays (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), and musicals (Hair, Oh! Calcutta!) which altered our vision of the relationship between art, politics and society in America.
Attributes
A&S:TH, A&S IQ:HUM, BU:HUM, EN:H
Schedule Planner
Recent Semesters
Spring 2017
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1