ENGL 4220 Modern Canadian Drama on the Page, Stage, and Screen (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students can expect to become familiar with the themes and approaches of Canadian drama from 1967 to the present. Taking a survey approach, students study plays from different regions of Canada that represent a spectrum of approaches that may include postmodern, feminist, postcolonial, collective creations, and intercultural. Films or excerpts of some of these plays will be included, and students may be engaged with current local productions and with theatre professionals.
Prerequisite: Six credits of first-year English (with the exception of ENGL 1150) or equivalent and completion of 45 credits OR permission of the instructor or department chair.
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