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DRMA&101

Surveys key theories, movements, and figures in theatre history with an emphasis on Western theatre. Introduces theatre as an art form with emphasis on approaches to creating a production through the tools used by various theatre artists, playwrights, directors, actors, and designers. Prerequisite: None.

21 Seats
DRMA&101.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Introduction to Theatre

DRMA&101.OL 5 WEB Love, Lauren
There are additional Class Fees: $77.00 THEATRE SCRIPT FEE ($77.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
Choose One 5 credit course
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:45 pm

DRMA160

Develops basic skills through direct application of contemporary Western acting theories to scene work in the context of the entire play. Prerequisite: None.

4 Seats
DRMA160.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Acting I

DRMA160.IA 5 021 0221 MW 12:40p - 3:05p Love, Lauren
Limited on campus work time will be scheduled with students by the instructor, in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$80.00 DRAMA LAB FEE ($80.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 1654 (enrolled: 18), 1655 (enrolled: 2), 1656 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 25
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:45 pm

DRMA260

Develops additional and intermediate skills through direct application of contemporary Western acting theories to scene work in the context of the entire play. Prerequisite: DRMA 160.

4 Seats
DRMA260.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Acting II

DRMA260.IA 5 021 0221 MW 12:40p - 3:05p Love, Lauren
Limited on campus work time will be scheduled with students by the instructor, in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$80.00 DRAMA LAB FEE ($80.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 1654 (enrolled: 18), 1655 (enrolled: 2), 1656 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 25
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:45 pm

DRMA261

Develops additional and advanced skills through direct application of contemporary Western acting theories and directing theories to scene work in the context of the entire play. Prerequisite: DRMA 260.

4 Seats
DRMA261.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Acting III/Directing

DRMA261.IA 5 021 0221 MW 12:40p - 3:05p Love, Lauren
Limited on campus work time will be scheduled with students by the instructor, in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$80.00 DRAMA LAB FEE ($80.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 1654 (enrolled: 18), 1655 (enrolled: 2), 1656 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 25
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:45 pm

DRMA271

Introduces the theory, methods and analysis of theatre productions including acting, and/or technical theatre scenery construction, costumes, properties, box office, lighting and sound through practical application during the production of a play. Prerequisite: None.

29 Seats
DRMA271.L Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Theatre Production Practicum: Non-Musical Play

DRMA271.L 5 021 0221 TTh 3:30p - 5:00p Love, Lauren
Limited on campus work time will be scheduled with students by the instructor, in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines
There are additional Class Fees: $100.00 DRAMA LAB FEE ($100.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:45 pm
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