* 2009-2010 [teatr.us]
THR 416W 6 credits
Intensive course for actors, directors, designers, technicians and playwrights interested in script development with the participation of international theatre professionals. Develop new scripts and performances in a multicultural environment under the supervision of a theatre faculty member. Previous faculty and student work abroad includes: Russia, Zambia, South Africa and Scandinavia.
[ "W" -- writing intensive : samples -- bottom ]
THR 417 1-6 Credits
THR 482 2 Credits
THR 499 3 Credits
* Ethiopian Traditional Music
* Folk Dance Styles
* Amharic Language workshop [Dramatica Method]
Art [master] classes | workshops (?)
Educational tourism links:
2008 -- plans for 2010
Theatre UAF [before 2010]
Courses : Internships, Independent Study Courses and Field Experience
Yared Art School
[ other affiliations ]
... language class (Amharic)?
picasa LUL album
sellassie.info [printed textbooks? ]
I. 2008-2009 - planning
II. 2009 Fall-Spring - Ethiopia and promotion
III. Summer 2010 -- First Summer Session, Addis Ababa
Actual credit(*) awarded is determined by the relevant department at your university in consultation with the study abroad office. Check with your study abroad adviser for more information.
Topics & Reading [ filmplus.org/uaf/abroad ]
Other classes -- elective (*) list-menu
Approved Study Abroad courses do count toward Theatre major course requirements(*)
theatre study abroad syllabus google search
UAF Abroad : THR F416—Performance Studies Abroad—6 credits [ http://www.uaf.edu/catalog/current/programs/theater.html ]
THR F417—Internship in Theatre Practice—1 – 6 credits
If you are studying abroad through a U.S. program, please be sure your course load equals a full load. (?)
If you wish to use a course abroad to fulfill the writing intensive requirement, make a formal request (?)The university defines a writing-intensive (W) course as one in which students write at least 20 pages of finished writing over multiple assignments, usually 3 or 4 papers; instructors respond to students’ work in written comments or in conference, or both; and students have at least one opportunity to receive their instructor’s response on a draft and then revise. In other words, a writing-intensive course does more than assign writing; it guides students’ practice in writing and makes writing an integral part of the course.Sample (Summer 2010) :
1. Project #1: Shakespeare Comedy [Taming of the Shrew] : A character analysis, journal, and critical analysis of play. The only section of this project that would need to undergo the outline, rough draft, final draft process is that critical analysis section. You would not need to revise the journal and character analysis sections. The total of the 3 sections should be 20 pages.
2. Project #2: Don Juan and Commedia Dell'arte + Performance Research Paper. This paper could take many forms, depending on what you are interested in researching. It would be a 20 page (outline, rough draft, final draft) project researching Moliere, Commedia. [This research paper would be geared toward academically prepping you for your creative work this summer in USA?]
Graduate Students --
Groups/Forums ONLINE -- groups.yahoo.com/group/teatr + groups.google.com/group/acting2 [ based on my US classes ]
Plus, to use wiki -- ethio.wetpaint.com
Online preparation/discussion for students planning to travel to Ethiopia.
... more pages @ filmplus.org/students [dir]
2005-2006 Theatre UAF Season: Four Farces + One Funeral & Godot'06
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
© 2005 by vtheatre.net. Permission to link to this site is granted.
books.google.com + scholar.google.com
firstname.lastname@example.org + Anatoly' blog RSS
keys: teatr.us : Anatoly Antohin