Drama/Theatre Option

NB:      Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  Major Figure; Drama and Theatre with an Historical Dimension.

 

Shakespeare and Other Major Figures in Drama and Theatre 

ENGL 315     -   Shakespeare (Protean Shakespeare)  (Fall)

ENGL 389     -   Studies in Popular Culture (Shakespeare on Film)  (Fall)

ENGL 416     -   Studies in Shakespeare  (Winter)

ENGL 430     -    Studies in Drama (David Garrick)  (Fall)

ENGL 516   -    Shakespeare (Making Publics in Early Modern England)  (Fall)

 

Drama and Theatre with a Canadian Component

ENGL 313     -   Canadian Drama and Theatre  (Winter)

ENGL 407     -   20th Century (Counter-Currents at the Margins)  (Winter)

 

Theatre History Courses / Drama and Theatre with an Historical Dimension

ENGL 306     -   Theatre History (Medieval/Early Modern)  (Winter)

ENGL 308     -   English Renaissance Drama 1  (Winter)

ENGL 309     -   English Renaissance Drama 2 (Jacobean Theatre History)  (Winter)

ENGL 310     -   Restoration & 18th C. Drama (Restoration Comedy)  (Fall)

ENGL 314     -   20th Century Drama  (Winter)

ENGL 370     -   The Long 18th Century  (Fall)

ENGL 407     -   The 20th Century  (Winter)

ENGL 430     -   Studies in Drama (David Garrick)  (Fall)

ENGL 467     -   Advanced Studies in Theatre History 3 (The Actress)  (Winter)

ENGL 485     -   Special Topics in Theatre History 1700-1900  (Fall)

ENGL 486     -   Special Topics in Theatre History  (Winter)

ENGL 566     -   Special Studies in Drama (Angels and She-Devils: Women on the Restoration Stage) (Winter)

ENGL 568     -   Studies in Dramatic Form (Contemporary Tragedy)  (Fall)

 

Drama and Theatre Before 1900

ENGL 306     -   Theatre History (Medieval/Early Modern)  (Winter)

ENGL 308     -   English Renaissance Drama 1  (Winter)

ENGL 309     -   English Renaissance Drama 2 (Jacobean Theatre History)  (Winter)

ENGL 310     -   Restoration & 18th C. Drama (Restoration Comedy)  (Fall)

ENGL 370     -   The Long 18th Century  (Fall)

ENGL 430     -   Studies in Drama (David Garrick)  (Fall)

ENGL 485     -   Special Topics in Theatre History 1700-1900  (Fall)

ENGL 566     -   Special Studies in Drama (Angels and She-Devils: Women on the Restoration Stage)  (Winter)

 

Theory and Criticism

ENGL 318     -   Theory of English Studies 2  (Fall)

ENGL 319     -   Theory of English Studies 3  (Winter)

ENGL 346     -   Sociology and Materiality of Text  (Winter)

 

Drama and Theatre 400-level with Theoretical Component

ENGL 459     -   Theories of Text and Performance 2  (Fall)

Performance-Oriented Courses

ENGL 365     -   Costuming for the Theatre 1  (Fall)

ENGL 367         Acting 2  (Fall)

ENGL 368     -   Stage Scenery and Lighting 1  (Fall)

ENGL 372     -   Stage Scenery and Lighting 2 (Winter)

ENGL 377     -   Costuming for the Theatre 2  (Winter)

ENGL 465     -   Theatre Lab  (Fall/Winter)

ENGL 469     -   Acting 3  (Winter)

 

Additional Courses from the Drama and Theatre Option's Offerings

  • This category includes all the courses listed above except required courses, as well as the course listed below.
  • Note that any English course not on this list—such as unlisted courses in Cultural Studies—may not count towards your Drama and Theatre program.

 

ENGL 375        -           Interpretation of the Dramatic Text  (Fall)