ENG 384 - Modern American Drama

The development of the American theatre since the rise of realism is traced through 1920's dramas by O'Neill, Howard, and Rice; comedies of manners by Barry and Behrman; socially conscious plays of the 1930's by Odets, Sherwood, and Hellman; and post-war dramas by Williams and Miller.
Prerequisites: ENG 101 and 201, or ENG 121

Course Credit: 3