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Studio Topics Courses (Group B)

2018-19 Studio Topics descriptions will be posted here by June 1st.

Please read the following carefully:

  • Students who are eligible for DRM300Y1 can sign up for any TWO of the following Special Topics courses: DRM375H, DRM377H and DRM378H
  • Space is currently limited to 18 spots per class so register yourself early on Acorn.
  • Students applying for DRM403Y1  will need to take 2 of these Studio Topics courses and DRM300Y1 and DRM230Y/DRM220Y; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 to qualify for an audition.

 

ON AUGUST 3, 2018 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 – 2018-19

DRM375H1 F Studio: Clown

Lecoq Physical Theatre training includes as a cornerstone, the Clown. This work encourages improvisation, inventiveness, complicity, rhythm, risk taking, and a heightened sense of play through solo and duo work. Each student engages in an exploration of their own distinct selves, vulnerabilities and imperfections, while asking the question: what’s funny about me?

The student amplifies his or her own comic persona, with the use of the smallest mask in the world: The Red Nose. Clown has a unique poetic potential because it allows the artist to explore and play with the naiveté of the child and the rigor of the adult, thus revealing the poetry of the ridiculous

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: Performing Digital Media 

This course will explore digital technology, design, and interactivity in contemporary performance, including:
• Digital projection, video mapping, and virtual reality
• Motion tracking, digitized movement, and gestural interactivity
• Mixed reality, digital games, and mobile devices

Students will work hands-on with these technologies in a collaborative, process-driven environment. They will “reverse-engineer” and stage a series of micro-performances based on case-studies of prominent works which integrate digital technology into live performance. The course will provide opportunities to develop practical skills with digital software and hardware, such as Isadora. However, this is not a technical course: digital literacy development is used as a vehicle by which students will gain a critical viewpoint on the operation and relations of digital technology to performance.

E Enrollment
Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM254Y/DRM354Y/DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Prerequisite: Apply online by August 10th. May require an interview.
Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1F

DRM377H1 F  Studio: Community-Engaged, Applied, and Documentary Theatre Practice

This course will explore community-engaged, applied, and documentary plays through physical theatre technique and scene study. With a grounding in physical theatre exercises and ensemble-building work, students will adopt and critique different performance practices that are employed to spur audiences to action on political issues. Students will grapple with what it means to perform the words and movements of living individuals. They will present scene studies on famous examples from the past and create and perform their own short plays, based on the techniques and ideas gained through the course.

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: Uncanny Bodies: Movement Work from International Collectives

This course offers students a unique opportunity to learn through practice about the training and work of three major international collectives: Mime Omnibus, SITI Company, and the Dairakudakan butoh troupe. Students will learn about each collective’s decades-long artistic practice, using it as a jumping off point to theatre creation inspired by their training methods.

Students will learn the histories of these companies, which trace back to formative figures in performance including Etienne Decroux, Tadashi Suzuki, Anne Bogart, and Hijikata Tatsumi. They will also examine the collectives’ works to better understand how their training may be applied and be introduced to basic movement exercises for the creation of a new collective work-in-progress. Exercises will be drawn from Decroux’s mime ‘grammar’, Viewpoints and Suzuki training, as well as work with butoh walks and imagery. In studying these collectives, students will gain a better understanding of how codified training forms are passed down through generations.

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

DRM486H1 S Studio: Devised Theatre

An in‐depth study of devising theatre in a group context. This involves an intensive exploration of the history and practice of devised theatre within the latter twentieth and early twenty‐first centuries that will culminate in a number of in‐class and
possible public performances.

E Enrollment
Prerequisite: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1F/DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre.
Prerequisite: Apply online by August 10th. May require an interview/audition.

Note for 2019/20: 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

*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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