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Reinterpret dramatic text, context, forms and styles for contemporary audiences.
Performance V Text
What’s the difference between a dramatic performance and a dramatic text?
Drama-Text and Theatre
When one deals with dramatic texts one has to bear in mind that drama differs considerably from poetry or narrative in that it is usually written for the purpose of being performed on stage. Although plays exist which were mainly written for a reading audience, dramatic texts are generally meant to be transformed into another mode of presentation or medium: the theatre.
Improvisation - Focus Course Profile
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