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THTR 1111: World Theatre I


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Theatre Fairfield

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THTR 1111 - World Theatre I - Fall 2017 - Dr. Martha S. LoMonaco

Welcome to the online version of your library instruction class for World Theatre.  It is meant for you to use throughout your course. If you have any questions after our library instruction class, please feel free to contact the Library Services & Information Desk in the library, either by coming in person, by phone at 203-254-4000 x2188 or email at You can also IM us through Ask A Librarian (see box to the right).

Theatre serves as a vehicle to consider the social, political, and economic forces that shaped societies and their entertainments. This course surveys theatre and performance as a mirror of the people and times that shaped them. It begins with a consideration of the human need for mimesis and entertainment, and swiftly moves into the golden age of Greek drama. Other topics include Roman theatre, medieval religious drama, Japanese theatre, Renaissance spectacle and pageantry, censorship, the advent of women on the stage, and popular theatre forms through the 18th century.

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