Since the 1960s, actors, directors, and writers have been architects of Canadian identity. This course will study the history of Canadian theatre, with an emphasis on how Canadian playwrights and creators have been engaged with social and political issues. A survey of post-colonial theatre, cultural diversity, and gender politics on the Canadian stage.
DRM101Y1 or any 4.0 FCE
DRM268H1; DRE200H5; DRE364H5; VPDB13H3
For Drama Majors and Specialists: DRM220Y1