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Q: Theatre in Other Classrooms
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0304.  Sunday, 3 April 1994.
 
From:           Steve Urkowitz <SURCC@CUNYVM>
Date:           Sunday, 03 Apr 94 08:04:08 EDT
Subject:        Theatre in other classrooms
 
I am hunting for articles, essays, how-to guides or programs that focus on ways
of using theatrical performances as ways of enhancing learning in other fields
of study.  I am particularly interested in any experiences that bring
professional actors or acting companies into what might be considered odd
venues during campus residencies.  Can Horatio help in a Philosophy 101 course?
Does Titus have anything to say to a class on Parent-Child Development or
Gross Anatomy?  Timon on Finance?  Brutus in Political Science or Higher
Education Management?
 
This kind of writing might show up in an alumni magazine or in the files of a
campus development office.  Please send citations to me at

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 , or hardcopy to 463 West Street, C915, New York, NY
10014, or by Fax in care of Professor Susan Spector, 212-387 1604.
 
                                  Thanks for your help,
                                        Steve Urkowitz
 

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