|Time||Days||Location||Instructor||GER||Credit||OPUS Class Number||Syllabus (Tentative)|
Rich Building 207
In a round-table setting, students will workshop their own work, critique their fellows' work, and delve into the art of playwriting and dramatic narrative, while reading and acting in each other's scenes. Writing and reading intensive.
Students should budget for photocopying.
All Creative Writing courses are permission-only. Students must submit an application to the Creative Writing Program office in N209 Callaway Center. The application deadline is 5 p.m., Tuesday, October 18. (Late applications will be accepted through the end of add-drop in the spring.) Students can check on their acceptance into classes HERE. Accepted students must contact Paula Vitaris at firstname.lastname@example.org for a permission number.Students wishing to take this course as THEA 375R must submit an application per the instructions above.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- Plays from the Contemporary American Theater.
- Nine Plays of the Modern Theater.
|Assignment/Exam||Details||% of Total Grade|
|Assessment||Students will be assessed on their writing and critical reading skills. 50% of the grade will come from the students¿ written work (15% for the first two assignments and 20% for the final assignment) and 50% from class participation (discussions, reading, written critiques of classmates¿ work).|
|Extracurricular Activities||Students are required to attend on-campus readings sponsored by the Creative Writing Program outside of class time, and are encouraged to attend any social activities sponsored by the Program.|
The schedule of courses on O.P.U.S. is the official listing of courses, including days and times they meet and the General Education Requirements they satisfy. Students should use course descriptions as general guidelines. Course requirements, grading details, book lists, and syllabi are subject to change.