Theater, Dance & Media aims to launch a generation of graduates who will use their experience in storytelling, performance, and media for careers inside and outside the arts.

Students in TDM take courses in dramatic literature, directing, theater history, acting, dramaturgy, design, and playwriting, and have opportunities to work with professional artists and technicians from the American Repertory Theater.  

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Courses in dance studies support composition, improvisation, performance, choreographic design and history of dance with an emphasis on collaboration and trans-disciplinary inquiry. 

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As new media technology becomes an increasingly integral part of the theater and dance experience, students in TDM will investigate a wide range of questions about the possibilities of media in live performance.

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TDM 183M: From History to Hamilton

TDM 165H: Playwriting: Intersecting Americas

TDM 185G: Intermediality--Literature, Image, Performance

TDM 168L: Tools for Virtual and Real Perceptions

TDM 181K: Choreographies of Resistance

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