TH 4380: BA Studio Production: Creative Collaboration

1-3 CreditsTopics Course

Creative Collaboration is the cornerstone class for BA Performance, turning research into practice through scripted and devised performance paradigms. Each semester students will work with practitioners from eclectic backgrounds to develop original or scripted work focused in one of the six areas of performance; directing; physical theater; realism, playwriting, music driven theater, and object/puppet theater. Classes will culminate in a formal or workshop performance, depending on the goal of each specific collaboration. Non-performers such as designers, dramaturgs and technicians may take the course for credit and serve as part of the collaborative team. The course is open to any University of Minnesota student through the audition or interview process.

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