Theatre on Film
with Zeina Salame
In this introductory level workshop, we will leisurely watch and discuss two or three well known theatre productions captured on film. This session’s selected productions are still TBD (class participants will get to vote on what they want to watch based on a list) but participants can look forward to topics such as mid-century American drama, classic American musical favorites, and contemporary productions of various genres.
January 31 – February 21, Sundays (4 Classes)
Suggested Accompanying Classes: Queer Plays, (Mis)Representation, Radical Playwriting, Dramaturgy for the Audience, Good for a Laugh, Finding Meaning Today: Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Zeina Salame recently completed her PhD in Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon. Her dissertation “Carried in One Woman: Reflections on Arab American Female Solo Performance” emphasizes the value of lived experience, personal story, the self, and social justice as...read more
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