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DRAM 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: J. M. Barrie
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Week 3: ‘I Won’t Grow Up’ – Investigating Innocence Innocence and the Apple • story of Adam and Eve is a useful analogy for process of growing up o told by their father not to eat it o the knowle...

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DRAM 211
Grahame Renyk
DRAM 211 Lecture 1: Week 1
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Week 1: Conceptualizing Childhood End of Chapter Goals • Childhood is a fluid concept o Culturally and historically constructed concept • Looking at Charlie Chaplin’s film The Kid and seeing how it co...

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DRAM 211
Grahame Renyk
DRAM 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Alan Watts, Maurice Maeterlinck, Tv Dinner
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Week 5: Getting Ideas from YTA: Children & Philosophy • We have little awareness of the meaning of our own actions • Work within a range of assumptions and preconceptions that add up to a philosophy • ...

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DRAM 211
Grahame Renyk
DRAM 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Itchy & Scratchy Show
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Week 2: Who Decides, Adults & young Audiences We are the gatekeepers • as adults we are the potential parent, teacher or guardian of the audience • despite this power, we are not the target audience o...

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DRAM 211
Grahame Renyk
DRAM 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bruno Bettelheim
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Week 4: Children will Listen, Fairy Tales and Scary Things • overarching theme that DRAM 211 is about more than a form of escapism for children o TYA should be engaging and entertaining ...

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DRAM 211
Grahame Renyk
DRAM 205 Lecture Notes - Epic Theatre, Scenography, Theatricality

Drama 205: Theater in the Age of Film January 15, 2013 1. Realistic Storytelling: Realism or Naturalism Realism  Kind of a response to romanticism  The realist say—this does not actually happen in real life, people...

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DRAM 205
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DRAM 201 Lecture Notes - Colley Cibber, Henry Irving, Nicholas Pennell

Dram 200 – Theatre History November 20, 2012 Fifteen Degrees of Separation 0. William Shakespeare (Writer, 1564-1616) 1. Richard Burbage (Actor, 1567-1619) 2. Joseph Taylor (Actor, d. 1652) 3. Charle...

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DRAM 201
Craig S Walker

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