MPAET-GE.2151 - Theatre Practices: Leaders in Ed. Theatre (3 Points) To review a student blog fom the 2010 course by Jonathan Jones, NYU Steinhardt Graduate Fellow and doctoral student in the program in Educational Theatre, you may read the blog here. O
- New York City, United States; San Juan, United States
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Winter Semester
- Program Description:
- Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Dates: January 6 - 20, 2014
This course interrogates broad questions about drama and its practice in educational, aesthetic and applied settings. Radical approaches to applied theatre will be considered, especially those shaped by Freire and Boal. Students will develop a vocabulary of theatrical skills (Physical Theatre/Mask) for use in the implementation and integration of dramatic strategies into community based work. We will also explore the ways in which drama provides contexts for developing change.
Students will read widely, observe the ways in which theory meets practice, and reflect on their own evolving understanding of the field of drama in education in a wide range of aesthetic applications. Through analysis of the contemporary theoretical foundations, students will probe ideas, read widely and reflect on thier own evolving understanding of drama in education.
MPAET-GE.2151 - Theatre Practices: Leaders in Ed. Theatre (3 Points) To review a student blog fom the 2010 course by Jonathan Jones, NYU Steinhardt Graduate Fellow and doctoral student in the program in Educational Theatre, you may read the blog here. Offered through Music and Performing Arts Professions Faculty: David Montgomery, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Educational Theatre
2014 Graduate Tuition: $1422 per point plus registration and services fees This course counts toward your Spring 2014 courseload and tuition. 2014 Housing Fees: $900 2014 Activity Fees: $350 The final Housing and Activity Fee payment is due to the Office of Academic Initiatives and Global Programs by November 20, 2014. Tuition for the course is separate and will be due based on the Bursar's Payment Schedule for Spring 2014. (click here for Bursar's Payment Deadline Dates) International Airfare is not included. Students must purchase their own tickets. Recommended Airfare Search Engines: Vayama, Kayak, Bing
- Setting Description:
- Students will stay in a safe and comfortable hotel in the lively Condado section of San Juan, arranged by the Office of Academic Initiatives and Global Programs. Your accommodation arrangements are included in your Housing and Activity Fees. Group accommodations begin on January 6 and end the morning of January 20.
Additional Program Information
- Scholarships Description:
- Students can transfer their federal financial aid from their home institution to help pay for their tuition at NYU Shanghai. Visit the financial aid office at your home school to learn more about consortium agreements.
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