Theatre in America – fun 2 unit elective for Fall 2014

THEATRE IN AMERICA: THTR 295 – FALL 2014

Gain an understanding of how live theatre is created and relates to its audience. Attend award winning productions:

WE WILL ROCK YOU

JERSEY BOYS

HEARTBEAT OF HOME

KINKY BOOTS

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW

PIPPIN

COURSE: THTR 295 -62840R (2.0 units)

MEETING DATES/TIME: 2:00 p.m., Mondays

And productions on Fridays at 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION: KAP 165

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Frank Catalano served as an executive at Warner Bros, Lorimar Studios and Beverly Hills Playhouse. He has written and performed in animated, live action television series and feature films including, The Adventures of Dynamo Duck for Fox Television, Digimon Digital Monsters, Super Pig, Bit The Cupid, Bee Bop Cowboy, the Sci–‐Fi series Robotech, Flint the Time Detective, Vampire Princess Miyu, Honey Bee Hutch and ABC television series including LA Law, NYPD Blue and Ugly Betty. He currently is the president of The Creative Edge providing consultancy, coaching and speaking services for actors, writers and producing organizations. His published books include Art of the Monologue, The Creative Audience, White Knight Black Night, Autumn Sweet, The Resting Place, Rand Unwrapped –‐ Confessions of a Robotech Warrior, Che Che and Short Monologues for Auditions.

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Non-Major Guitar (MPGU) Courses for Fall 2014

MPGU- Learn to play the guitar and rock out at USC with the Non-Major Guitar Program.

Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced guitar player who wants to go to the next level, check out our non-major guitar program during the first week of classes or see our course offerings at:

http://classes.usc.edu/term-20143/classes/mpgu

For questions email: Nick Stoubis (stoubis@usc.edu)

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End of Semester Study Abroad Information Sessions

Greetings from Overseas Studies! We are holding a final series of study abroad information sessions before the end of spring semester. Please reference the information below and attached flyers for more details:

Trinity College Dublin Information Session

Wednesday, April 30th, 1:00-2:00, VKC 157

University College London Information Session

Wednesday, April 30th, 3:00-4:00, THH 119

University of Sussex Information Session

Thursday, May 1st, 12:00-1:00, WPH 101​

Also, applications for Spring 2015 study abroad programs will be available May 6th in our office, CLH 201.

Please do not hesitate to contact our office should you have any questions about these or any other study abroad programs!

See you soon,

The Overseas Studies Team

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New Summer Course: FREN 499- Indigenous Language Revitalization

Indigenous Language Revitalization: FREN 499

No previous foreign language experience needed, course is taught in English.  French components are required for French minors and majors.

The Department of French and Italian are offering a 4-unit Problems without Passports course.  The course lasts 7 weeks (May 21-July 8) including a 2-week field experience in Louisiana with New Orleans as the home base.

For more information, please visit the PwP website http://dornsife.usc.edu/fren-499-ilr/ or e-mail Jessica Kanoski at jkanoski@usc.edu

CSLC-503: Introduction to Comparative Studies in Culture- Cultural Studies in Black Sound & Rhythm

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COLT 472: Los Angeles Crime Fiction

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COLT 470: Literature and Media in Latin America

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COLT 420: The Fantastic Plants Attack!

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COLT 374gm: Women Writers in Europe and America

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COLT 365: Literature and Popular Culture

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COLT 302: Introduction to Literary Theory

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COLT 101g: Masterpieces and Masterminds: Literature and Thought of the West

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