Instructor: Luckett                    T/R                   3:30pm-4:50pm
This course in 20th century American drama highlights works by playwrights who have shaped modernism and modernity on the American stage. While the course will touch upon the three giants of American modern drama (O’Neill, Williams, Miller), particular attention will be paid (pace Willy Loman) to works by women and people of color. By examining both alternative and canonical discourses, the students will engage in a genealogy of American drama to understand the politics, poetics, and legacy of modernity.