Hispanic Cult through Theater

Hispanic Culture through Theater/Performance

The course combines the study of theatrical Spanish texts with the practice of some acting and performing skills. The class explores various theatrical styles and schools, analyzing their chronological development and examining how they relate to Hispanic culture, history and traditions. The students will also put into practice some of the creative techniques that integrate the theatrical panorama of Ibero-American theater. Taking the “performer's place” should provide the students with self-confidence and independence in the use of the language, considering that they have to perform and even improvise theatrical scenes. (1 unit)

Required texts: Materials in electronic or photocopy form to be made available upon arrival at Middlebury.
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Language School
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Summer 2016 Language Schools

SPAN3431A-L16 Lecture (Melendez)

Summer 2015 Language Schools

SPAN3431A-L15 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2014 Language Schools

SPAN3431A-L14 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2013

SPAN3431A-L13 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2012

SPAN3431A-L12 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2011

SPAN3431A-L11 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2010

SPAN3431A-L10 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2009

SPAN3431A-L09 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2008

SPAN3431A-L08 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2007

SPAN3431A-L07 Lecture (Hernandez)

Summer 2006

SPAN3431A-L06 Lecture (Alegria)