Oral Interpretation and Reader's Theatre

The study of literature through the medium of oral performance, designed to develop interpretive skills–voice, facial expression, gesture–in order to communicate the student’s intellectual and emotional perceptions of literary material. This course also serves as an introduction to reader’s theatre, a communal medium wherein two or more interpreters communicate directly to an audience. 3 hours.

Course Department

DRAM

Course Number

2103

Number of Hours

3