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THEAT 271: History of Theater since 1700

Examines theatrical activities in the period 1700 to the present, from three interrelated perspectives: 1) theater as social history; 2) theater as dramatic literature; and 3) theater as performance (the result of creative decisions made by playwrights, actors, directors, and designers). The schedule of when this course will be offered is located in "Student Resources >Theater Curriculum" at the Theater Department website.
Prerequisite: THEAT 110 or THEAT 180 or permission of instructor.

Theater

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/theater/

...and Production THEAT 270 History of Theater up to 1700 1.00 THEAT 271 History...

Management Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/management-studies/

...as Professional THEAT 232 Stage Direction THEAT 338...251 Writing French FREN 271 The Francophone World...

Ancient Studies

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...REL 399 Thematic Seminar THEAT 270 History of...Field School (abroad) REL 271 Bible in Context...

French

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...263 Medieval Art ART 271 Gothic Art HIST...283 European Social Democracy THEAT 270 History of...

Medieval Studies

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...REL 399 Thematic Seminar THEAT 270 History of...in Context (abroad) ART 271 Gothic Art HIST...