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Studio Topics Courses (Group B)

Please read the following carefully:

  • Students who are eligible for DRM300Y1 can sign up for any TWO of the following Special Topics courses
  • Space is currently limited to 12 spots per class so register yourself early on Acorn/ROSI.
  • Students applying for DRM403Y1  will need to take 2 of these Studio Topics courses and DRM300Y1 and DRM230Y/DRM220Y; Minimum CGPA of 2.7

 

ON AUGUST 3, 2017 the priority period opens up allowing:

  • DRM300Ys to add a third Topics course to their schedule if they want to take more than two.*
  • Students in their 4th or 5th year who have already completed DRM300Y1 will also be eligible to sign up if there is still space available.

SPECIAL TOPICS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS – 2017-18

 

DRM375H1 F Studio Topics: Greek Chorus

This course introduces the acting student to the principles of Greek Tragedy and Greek Chorus. The physical and dramatic dimension is explored using neutral mask, text, voice and rhythm.  The students will become acquainted with several translations of scenes from Greek plays and will be responsible for working on and presenting a group scene that uses gesture, image and text.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Co or Pre-requisite: DRM300Y1
Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

DRM376H1 S Studio Topics: Grotowski Intersections:
Theory and Practice of the Actor’s Craft. 

This course presents an opportunity to put the work of Jerzy Grotowski and the Workcenter in context in both theory and practice, to encourage critical engagement in our thinking, making, and viewing skills.

Our theory path: Grotowski’s early, internationally notorious theatre work will be contextualized within contemporary Polish history and theatre, and in relation to Stanislavski’s important influence. We will then trace a path to the current work of the Workcenter (a performance research centre founded in Italy by Grotowski in 1986), with a number of critical detours to consider controversies and intersections between Grotowski and the Workcenter’s performance research and contemporary trends in both theory and practice.

Our practice path: Over the course of the semester, students will develop a short étude (a proposition or an action, as per the Workcenter’s working language). Students will adapt textual material of their choice and will be encouraged to work with song as part of their process, as well as with minimal props and costumes as appropriate. No prior experience is required or assumed.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Co or Prerequisite: DRM300Y1
Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

DRM377H1 F Studio Topics: Performing Text

Through a combination of theory and studio practice, this class will explore the use of non-dramatic text in performance. Looking at examples from avant-garde theatre, performance art, sound poetry, experimental music and experimental film, we will critically examine different ways in which artists have produced work based on textual and visual scores, poetry, prose, found text, manifestos, historical documents, etc. Through a series of exercises and workshops, we will experiment with different ways of generating and performing a variety of non-dramatic texts. By working outside the conventions of narrative and character, the students will develop skills of aural and visual composition that they will be able to apply to non-dramatic and dramatic work alike.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Corequisite: DRM300Y1
Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

 

DRM378H1 S Studio Topics: Movement, Improvisation, Creation

This course experiments with various improvisational structures and modes of dance-creation. Drawing from a variety of disciplinary and creative sources, including dance, visual art, theater, music, writings, students will generate diverse and inclusive approaches to creativity, experimentation and choreography.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Corequisite: DRM300Y1
Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

Note for 2018/19: DRM403Y1 Advanced Performance: Mainstage Requirements

This course, taught each year by a different visiting professional theatre director, offers upper-level theatre and performance studies students the opportunity to explore acting in a full-length production. Plays are selected to challenge students in diverse ways, exposing them to a full spectrum of theatre and performance genres and possibilities.

The Application Deadline is March 10th for an audition in April.

Audition Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

 

*Students who enroll in more than 2 Studio Topics courses before the Priority period ends will be removed from excess classes via Acorn/ROSI.


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