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DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: The London Merchant, Kathakali, Personal Identity
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Realism in Drama Drama: Form & Style - Etymology of Theatre etc. • Originally meant just the building itself • Circa 166...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 13: Realism in drama
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Realism in Drama Drama: Form Style Etymology of Theatre etc. Originally meant just the building itself Circa 1660, came to mean the theatre and the things associated with A thing or an action? ...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 5: Renaissance Tragedy

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 Renaissance Tragedy Drama: Form Style Iambic pentameter in Hamlet Feminine ending: additional syllable on the end of 5th iamb Enjambment: continuation of a clause over a line break Misused prono...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 8: Restoration England

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 Aphra Behns The Rover Drama: Form Style Historical context: latter 17th century The Great Crisis; lots and lots of conicts Scientic revolution: Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Leibnitz, Descartes, ...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 7: Neo-Classical France

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 Molires Tartuffe et al. Drama: Form Style Historical context of Tartuffe Original production censored; we dont know what it is, really Molire wrote a milder version; this one particular form wa...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 22: Performance

Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Performance Studies Drama: Form Style Breadth of performance studies Performance studies is generally a huge eld Denition of performance: broader than aesthetic performance, i.e. performing arts ...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 4: Renaissance Comedy

Thursday, October 1, 2015 Renaissance Comedy Drama: Form Style Renaissance: rebirth, revisitation of Greek and Roman (classical) culture Proceeded feudalist middle ages Europe; hierarchy of ownership and absolute rule T...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 19: The Director

Tuesday, March 8, 2016 The Director Drama: Form Style History of direction Emerges only in the last few centuries or so Greek theatre likely employed the playwright as director But were not really sure Medieval theatre ...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 17: Churchill

Tuesday, February 23, 2016 Caryl Churchills Cloud 9 Drama: Form Style Colonialism and Patriarchy Colonialist ideologies: subaltern identity, economic slavery, etc. Imposition of values, laws, languages, culture Patriarc...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 18: The Actor

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Roles: Actor Drama: Form Style The actor uses only their body and voice as an instrument What is an actor? n=A1+A2; understanding and capability In the actor, there are two artists; one who examine...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 14: Strindberg

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Strindbergs Miss Julie Drama: Form Style Theatre (the building): physical forms Amphitheatre: large outdoor whatever Thrust stage: extending out into the audience Structures can become problema...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 21: Artaud

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 Artaud Subject Artauds thoughts on theatre What is important is not so much to defend a culturechange the political landscape What theatre should do is to extract powerful forces from society; hun...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 6: Spanish Golden Age

Monday, October 19, 2015 Spanish Golden Age Drama: Form Style Lope de Vegas The New Art of Making Plays in This Age Comedies: I dont make it too artsy, but not to trashy neither 3 important aspects: discoure, verse, mus...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 20: O'Donnell

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 Darren ODonnell Subject Arts that satisfy Reality Hunger A deliberate unartness: raw material, seemingly unprocessed Randomness, open to accident, viewerparticipation Selfreexivity, selfethnography...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
DRM100Y1 Lecture 12: Victorian Melodrama

Tuesday, December 1, 2015 19thCentury Melodrama Drama: Form Style Historical background Colonial and political history of America Unication under English language and culture; American revolution Lots of pushandpull mi...

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
DRM100Y1
Noam Lior
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Italian Grammar, Demonstrative, La Pesca

permacharts TM IItalian Grammar 2nd EDITION ARTICLES ...

Italian
ITA100Y5
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: English Verbs, Gerund, Il Giornale

permacharts MT IItalian V erbs 2nd EDITION INTRODUCTION ...

Italian
ITA100Y5
All Professors
Spanish Grammar - Reference Guides

After English, Spanish is the most widely spoken language in the Western Hemisphere, and speaking it fluently can often help you understand other languages, like French or Italian. Of course, basic gammar is the cornerston...

Spanish
SPA100Y1
All Professors
Spanish Verbs & Grammar - Reference Guides

After English, Spanish is the most widely spoken language in the Western Hemisphere, and speaking it fluently can often help you understand other languages like French or Italian. Of course, basic verbs and grammar are the...

Spanish
SPA100Y1
All Professors
French Grammar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts French Grammar French Grammar 2nd EDITION NOUNSARTICLES Nounsare words that name people, places or things (.can Words that accompany nouns; give information about nouns include objects, ideas, feelings or qu...

Computer Science
CSC495H1
All Professors
French Linguistics - Reference Guides

TM permacharts French Linguistics French Linguistics 2nd EDITION OVERVIEWINTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS Linguisticsis the general or comparative HE GOAL OF COMMUNICATION T science (or study) of a language; linguists Phonetics(l...

Computer Science
CSC495H1
All Professors

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