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THEA 1900 Lecture 10: THEA 1900 - GUEVARA - W14 outline schedule

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Department
Theatre
Course Code
THEA 1900
Professor
Alberto Guevara
Lecture
10

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THEA 1900 Intercultural Theatre and Performance in Toronto
Course Webpage: https://moodle.yorku.ca
Term: Winter Term 2014
Brief Course Description:
This course introduces non-theatre majors to theatre practices, performance styles and
artists who reflect the diversity of Toronto’s multi-ethnic population. Students will attend
lectures, discuss issues related to intercultural theatre and performance and will attend
and write about professional theatre and performance productions in and around
Toronto.
Course Director
Alberto Guevara
310 CFT
Office Hours: by appointment
Please note, for any questions or discussion all students should meet with their tutorial
leaders. If further resolution is required the tutorial leader will contact the course director
for guidance. Students may not make an appointment with the course director, without
prior in-person consultation with their respective tutorial leaders
Time and Location
Fridays (See schedule for details), 12:30pm 2:15 pm, ACW 109
Face to face (Tutorials) consultations 12:30 to 2:30 on the days of performances:
January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14, and March 28th. You can always
make an appointment to speak with your TA at any time.
Tutorial Groups 1 & 2: Marlene Mendonca
Course consultation by email and on January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14,
and March 28th
Tutorial Groups 5 & 6: Kimberley McLeod
Course consultation by email and on January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14,
and March 28th
Tutorial Groups 3 & 4: David Owen
Course consultation by email and on January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14,
and March 28th
Tutorial Group 7: Lauren Fournier
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Course consultation by email and on January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14,
and March 28th
Tutorial Groups 9 & 10: Anton Wagner
Course consultation by email and on January 24th, February 7th, February 28, March 14,
and March 28th
SCHEDULE: (This is a general guideline and is subject to changes at the course director’s
discretion, please pay attention to announcements in Moodle).
WEEK ONE (JAN 10th): Course introduction
Introduction to the course –Discussion of syllabus (No readings required)
WEEK TWO (Jan 17th): (Live Lecture in Class) Intro to Theatre: On How Theatre
Affects
READINGS: 1. Selden Samuel Creating a Feeling in the Theatre Reviewed: Educational
Theatre Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2 (May, 1958), pp. 97-100 (Jstor)
2. Gregory S. Jay Knowledge, Power, and the Struggle for Representation
College English, Vol. 56, No. 1. (Jan., 1994), pp. 9-29. (Jstor)
3. Silvija Jestrovic,Playwright between Languages” at
http://www.utoronto.ca/tsq/01/playwright.shtml
4. Notes on Guillermo Verdecchia
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/guillermo-verdecchia
Spotlight on Cahoots Theatre
WEEK THREE (Jan 24th): Theatre and Performance # 1
Important: online forum discussion from January 25 at noon to January 27 at midnight
Face to face tutorials available: 12:30 to 1:30 tutorials 1 to 6 and 1:30 to 2:30 tutorials 7
to 10
WEEK FOUR (January 31st): (Online Lecture, don’t have to come to class) Diasporic
Imaginations and Theatre
(You have from noon January 31st to noon Feb 3rd to login)
Readings: 1. Knowles Ric 2010 “Performing Intercultural Memory in the Diasporic
Present: The Case of Toronto.” “Ethnic Multicultural and Intercultural Theatre”
(Critical) Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English, vol. 14, Ric Knowles and
Ingrid Mundel, eds. (16 pages total) (KIT)
2. Kim Solga. Artifacting an Intercultural Nation: Theatre Replacements BIOBOXES
TDR: The Drama Review, Volume 54, Number 1, Spring 2010 (T 205), pp. 161-166
(Jstor)

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THEA 1900 Intercultural Theatre and Performance in Toronto Course Webpage: https://moodle.yorku.ca Term: Winter Term 2014 Brief Course Description: This course introduces non-theatre majors to theatre practices, performance styles and artists who reflect the diversity of Toronto’s multi-ethnic population. Students will attend lectures, discuss issues related to intercultural theatre and performance and will attend and write about professional theatre and performance productions in and around Toronto. Course Director Alberto Guevara 310 CFT [email protected] Office Hours: by appointment Please note, for any questions or discussion all students should meet with their tutorial leaders. If further resolution is required the tutorial leader willcontact the course director for guidance. Students may not make an appointment with the course director, without prior in-person consultation with their respective tutorial leaders Time and Location Fridays (See schedule for details), 12:30pm – 2:15 pm, ACW 109 Face to face (Tutorials) consultations 12:30 to 2:30 on the days of performances: January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, and March 28 . You can always make an appointment to speak with your TA at any time. Tutorial Groups 1 & 2: Marlene Mendonca [email protected] th th Course consultathon by email and on January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, and March 28 Tutorial Groups 5 & 6: Kimberley McLeod [email protected] Course consultation by email and on January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, and March 28 th Tutorial Groups 3 & 4: David Owen [email protected] Course consultation by email and on January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, th and March 28 Tutorial Group 7: Lauren Fournier [email protected] 1 Course consultation by email and on January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, and March 28 th Tutorial Groups 9 & 10: Anton Wagner [email protected] Course consultation by email and on January 24 , February 7 , February 28, March 14, th and March 28 SCHEDULE: (This is a general guideline and is subject to changes at the course director’s discretion, please pay attention to announcements in Moodle). WEEKONE (JAN 10 ): Course introduction Introduction to the course –Discussion of syllabus (No readings required) WEEK TWO (Jan 17 ) :(Live Lecture in Class ) Intro to Theatre: On How Theatre Affects READINGS: 1. Selden Samuel Creating a Feeling in the Theatre Reviewed: Educational Theatre Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2 (May, 1958), pp. 97-100 (Jstor) 2. Gregory S. JayKnowledge, Power, and the Struggle for Representation College English, Vol. 56, No. 1. (Jan., 1994), pp. 9-29. (Jstor) 3. Silvija Jestrovic, “Playwright between Languages”at http://www.utoronto.ca/tsq/01/playwright.shtml 4. Notes on Guillermo Verdecchia http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/guillermo-verdecchia Spotlight on Cahoots Theatre th WEEK THREE (Jan 24 ) :Theatre and Performance # 1 Important: online forum discussion from January 2 5 at noon to January 27 at midnight Face to face tutorials available: 12:30 to 1:30 tutorials 1 to 6 and 1:30 to 2:30 tutorials 7 to 10 st WEEK FOUR (January 31 ) :(Online Lecture, don’t have to come to class) Diasporic Imaginations and Theatre (You have from noon January 31 to noon Feb 3rd to login ) Readings: 1. Knowles Ric 2010 “Performing Intercultural Memory in the Diasporic Present: The Case of Toronto.” “Ethnic Multicultural and Intercultural Theatre” (Critical) Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English, vol. 14, Ric Knowles and Ingrid Mundel, eds. (16 pages total) (KIT) 2. Kim Solga. Artifacting an Intercultural Nation: Theatre Replacements BIOBOXES TDR: The Drama Review, Volume 54, Number 1, Spring 2010 (T 205), pp. 161-166 2 (Jstor) Spotlight on Aluna Theatre WEEK FIVE ( (Feb 7 ):Theatre and Performance # 2 Important: online forum discussion from February 7 at noon to February 11 at midnight Face to face tutorials available: 12:30 to 1:30 tutorials 1 to 6 and 1:30 to 2:30 tutorials 7 to 10 WEEK SIX (Feb 14 )h:(Live Lecture in Class ) Intercultural Theatre, Gender and identity Readings: 1. J. Paul Halferty. Queer and Now: The Queer Signifier at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. University of Toronto. 2006 http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/tric/article/view/9691/9750 2. Ranen Omer-Sherman. The Fate of the Other in Tony Kushner's Angels in America. University of Miami. 2007. (Jstor) Spotlight on Buddies in BadTimes ND READING WEEK (FEBRUARY 21 ) WEEK SEVEN (February 28 )t:Theatre and Performance # 3 Important: online forum discussion from February28 at noon to March 3 at midnight Face to face tutorials available: 12:30 to 1:30 tutorials 1 to 6 and 1:30 to 2:30 tutorials 7 to 10 th WEEK EIGHT (March 7 ) : (Online Lecture, you don’t have to come to class) Beyond Theatre: Theatre and Identity in the City (You have from noon March 7th to noon March 10 to login th ) Readings: 1. Jacqueline Petropoulos. Performing African Canadian Identity: Diasporic Reinvention in "Afrika Solo.” Feminist Review, No. 84, Postcolonial Theatres (2006), pp. 104-123 (Jstor) 2. Jean Yoon “Chinese Theatre in Canada: The Bigger Picture. From Ethnic, Multicultural and Intercultural Theatre…. (KIT) 3. Robin Breon The Growth and Development of Black Theatre in Canada… Consortion Book Sales and Distribution. 2006. 1.10 (KIT) 3 Spotlight on Obsidian Theatre Company WEEK NINE (March 14 )h :Theatre and Performance # 4 Important: online forum discussion from March 14 at noon to March 17 at midnight Face to face tutorials available: 12:30 to 1:30 tutorials 1 to 6 and 1:30 to 2:30 tutorials 7 to 10 WEEK TEN ( March 21 )t: Live Lecture in Class ) Intercultural Indigenous Theatre and Performance Readings: 1. Drew Hayden. Taylor. Storytelling to Stage: The Growth of Native Theatre in Canada. TDR. Vol. 41, No. 3 (Autumm, 1997), pp. 140-152. (Jstor) 2. Jill Carter. Chocolate Woman Visions an Organic Dramaturgy: Blocking-Notation for the Indigenous Soul 2008 (Moodle) 3. Alan Filewod Receiving Aboriginality: Tomson Highway and the Crisis of Cultural Authenticity. Theatre Journal, Vol. 46, No. 3, Colonial/Postcolonial Theatre (Oct., 1994), pp. 363-373 (Jstor) Spotlight on Native Earth Performing Arts th WEEK ELEVEN (March 28 ) : Theatre and Performance # 5 Impor
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