Dramaturgy for the Audience: The Berlin Diaries
with Luan Schooler
The pandemic has introduced new ways of creating theatrical experiences and revived older forms like the radio play. In this class, we will explore differences between stage productions and audio plays, and examine how ART’s audio dramas have been adapted and designed. It is recommended that students listen to the audio drama prior to the class; they will also receive the audio-adapted script two weeks before class begins.
February 25, Thursday (1 Class)
The Berlin Diaries by Andrea Stolowitz:
This class will focus on the use of a bifurcated narrator, and explore how the play’s structure and design help anchor audiences as the story moves through eras, multiple locations, and states of mind.
Suggested Accompanying Classes: Queer Plays, (Mis)Representation, Radical Playwriting, Theatre on Film, Good for a Laugh
Luan Schooler was born in West Texas, where she trailed her big sister into dance classes and community theatre. When she was 12, the family packed up and moved to Anchorage, Alaska, where play practice and recitals continued to consume...read more
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