New York Theatre Event: Off and Off-off Broadway

New York City
 
 
THEA S4215
3 Points
Session I: May 26 - July 2
M, W 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Instructor: Christopher Burney
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In this course students explore the elements involved in the creation of theatre today in the historic heart of American theatre: New York City. The core elements of theatrical craft are discussed: playwriting, directing, acting, design and producing. Aspects of New York theatrical history complement these discussions by exploring the roots and traditions of theatrical practice. While a variety of theatrical forms and styles are explored, this course is rooted in contemporary dramatic texts. Each week students attend a live performance at various venues throughout the city in order to gain insight into the ways that theatre truly becomes a New York event.
 
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Tuition & Fees
 
For information on tuition and course fees, please refer to our Tuition & Fees page.

Materials Fee: $150
 
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About the Instructor
 
 
Christopher Burney serves as both the Associate Artistic Director of Second Stage Theatre and Curator of 2ST Uptown. He has worked with Second Stage since 1997. He has also served as the theatre’s Literary Manager and Dramaturg. more
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