Melanie Blood

Professor of

Theatre

Brodie 121
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5840
blood@geneseo.edu

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Faculty Information

Education

  • Ph.D., Northwestern University
  • M.A., Northwestern University
  • B.A., Dartmouth College

Employment

  • University of Georgia, Athens: Taught in M.F.A. and Ph.D. program

Affiliations

  • Alpha Psi Omega
  • Cothurnus
  • MTC
Intersession 2015 Classes

ENGL 290:
F/London Theatre Seminar-Stu

    This course provides an opportunity to experience a broad spectrum of the best in English theatre. The group will attend at least nine productions in small ?fringe? theatres; the state- supported thea
    tres like the Royal Court, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Royal National Theatre; and the commercial West End. Several tours will be required, such as Shakespeare?s Globe, Royal National Theatre, Shakespeare Walking Tour, Drury Lane tour, and Covent Garden tour. Workshops will be scheduled to suit student interests, such as Acting Shakespeare at the Old Globe or design workshops through the Theatre Museum at the V&A. Students are expected to attend all of the above. There will be two orientation sessions prior to leaving for London. Students will be responsible for projects in London museums, written reviews of shows, and class discussions, held every 3-4 days. Note: course duration is two and a half weeks; may not be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: permission of instructor
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ENGL 290:
F/London Theatre Seminar-Lec

    This course provides an opportunity to experience a broad spectrum of the best in English theatre. The group will attend at least nine productions in small ?fringe? theatres; the state- supported thea
    tres like the Royal Court, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Royal National Theatre; and the commercial West End. Several tours will be required, such as Shakespeare?s Globe, Royal National Theatre, Shakespeare Walking Tour, Drury Lane tour, and Covent Garden tour. Workshops will be scheduled to suit student interests, such as Acting Shakespeare at the Old Globe or design workshops through the Theatre Museum at the V&A. Students are expected to attend all of the above. There will be two orientation sessions prior to leaving for London. Students will be responsible for projects in London museums, written reviews of shows, and class discussions, held every 3-4 days. Note: course duration is two and a half weeks; may not be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: permission of instructor
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