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Culture, Society, and the Broadway Musical

MUSIC 190M

The students in this course will explore one of the quintessentially American forms of performance - the Broadway musical. Topics to be considered include the relationship of the genre to American history, culture and society, the genre as a commercial medium, its principal creators and performers, and its role in the formation of America's national identity. This course also highlights contemporary perspectives on racial and sexual prejudices, myths, and stereotypes. There are no class prerequisites, and no specialized knowledge of or experience with music or theater are necessary to successfully complete this course. (Gen. Ed. AT, DU)
Course Details

Summer 2024

Open

On-Line
May 21, 2024 - Jul 3, 2024
Stephen Paparo
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25805
4
AT
DU
Base Cost: $2,200 ($550/credit)
Term Fee: $85
Start date: May 21, 2024
End date: Jul 03, 2024
Last day to add: May 28, 2024
Last day to drop: May 28, 2024
Last day to withdraw: Jun 14, 2024