19th- and 20th-Century Drama
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In this seminar, we will read theories of drama and theater, as well as watch and discuss examples of U.S.-American and German plays typical for their respective traditions – from melodrama across expressionist plays up to family drama. Between the 19th and the end of the 20th century, drama and theater practices in the U.S. and Germany were distinctly different, but kept influencing each other at the same time. Not only on the stage and through performances themselves, but also through other media such as film and TV, theater developed as a transatlantic phenomenon.
Requirements: Every student will contribute to a group project. The group will design their own project which will be introduced, discussed, and developed cooperatively, with the whole seminar.
In addition, there will be compulsory film screening sessions on some Fridays starting at 10 a.m. which are obligatory.
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