Developing Story and Narrative 1

Course Number
CMAT-511
Description

Students enrolled in this course will survey the history of musical theater and analyze a selection of successful musicals that demonstrate effective storytelling while exploring what principles serve to move a story forward and make for compelling narrative development. Working with the instructor, as well as collaboratively with classmates, students will begin to apply said principles towards ideating and creating prototypical versions of their original ideas. New knowledge will be synthesized and applied towards helping develop students’ own artistry.

Credits
3
Prerequisites
None
Required Of
CMMT graduate students
Electable By
CMMT graduate students
Semesters Offered
Fall
Location
New York City
Department
CMMT
Course Chair
Julianne Wick Davis
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