In this course students will prepare essays for the programs of shows Seminole State College produces that discuss the historical nature of the show or explain the artistic choices made in the production; work on the development of outreach sources/teachable units for local schools to use in support of attending a show and eventually support the use of such resources; read new drama and analyze the how "produce-able" a show would be for Seminole State College's resources and write an analysis report of their findings.
Prerequisite: acceptance into Honors program.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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