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SYLLABUS

M.A. (THEATRE AND TELEVISION )

PART- II SEMESTER - III

Session: 2009-2010 and 2010-2011
PAPER - I : LITERATURE AND HISTORY OF THEATRE
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 80

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- II : ACTING
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICAL : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- III : DIRECTION
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICALS : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- IV STAGE CRAFT
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICALS : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- V : THEATRE PERSONALITY

AND INVOLVEMENTS
MAX MARKS : 100
( For details of Paper- V please see the examination scheme given inside)

M.A. - II

Semester - III

Paper-I

LITERATURE AND HISTORY OF THEATRE

Maximum Marks : 100 Theory : 80 marks

Pass Marks : 35% Project : 20 marks
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER
The Question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D, and E Section, A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 10 marks in all, each short answer type questions carrying 2 marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A. B,C and D of the questions paper and the entire section E.
Section –A
1. Orientation of Asian Theatre forms namely Noh, Kabuki and Indonesian Theatre.

2. Traditional Theatrical forms of India with reference to Kathakali, Bhad Pather , Swang, Bhavai,Tamasha and Nautanki.


Section –B

1. Realistic and Non-Realistic styles of Western Theatre with reference to the plays given in section-D.




Section –C

1. A Study of the Structure of Classical Indian Play with reference to the play prescribed in section - D.


Section –D

Following plays are prescribed for detailed analytical study:

1. An Enemy of The People by Henrik Ibsen.

2. Mother Courage and her Children by Bertolt Brecht.

3. Jasma Odhan by Shanta Gandhi.

4. Bhagvadajjukam by Bodhayan.



PROJECTS

Exercise in adapting a fictional work to stage.



BOOKS PRESCRIBED

1. The Theatre : An Introduction : O.G. Brockett

2. The History of Indian Theatre : M.L. Varadpande

3. The Seven Ages of the Theatre : R. Southern

4. Rang Darshan : N.C. Jain

5. Indian Theatre : N.C. Jain

6. Brecht on Theatre : John Willet (ed.)

7. The Theatre of Bertolt Bercht : John Willet

8. Theatre De Thum : Kemlesh Uppal

9. Natki Sahitya : Navnidra Behl

10. Punjabi Natak Vich Navin Pravirtian: Navnidra Behl


M.A- II

Semester – III

PAPER-II : ACTING

Maximum Marks: 100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks



Theory

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
The question paper will consist of five sections A. B. C. D and E. Section A, B,C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short answer type question carrying 2 marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.
Section-A


  1. Acting in Commedia Dell' Arte.

  2. Acting in Grotowski ' s Poor Theatre.


Section-B


  1. Concept of Acting in Indian Folk Theatre.

  2. Special reference to Tamasha Jatra, Yakshagana, Kathkali, Bhavai and Nautanki.

Section-C

1. Modern Concept of Actor Training with reference to:-

a. Meyerhold

b. Bertolt Brecht



Section-D
a) Absurdists ' s Acting

b) Artaudian Acting


Practical

A. Individual and group improvisations in realistic and non realistic styles.

B. Stages in preparing a Role. Movements and Physical, exercieses, depth, tempo and rhythm.

C. Study texts : Khamosh Adalat Jari Hai, Andha Yug.


Projects

Study of different character through observation. Students to write on styles in which they perform during the session and to prepare pieces of characterization from given plays.


RECOMMENDED READING

1. Stanislavsky on the art of : David Magarahack

Stage
2. The Actor in Training : Morris Fisherman

3. The Theatre & its Double : Antonin Artaud Johm

Clader Press,London,1976

4. The Theory of the Modern : Eric Bentley,Penguin Books

Stage New York,1976

5. The art of the actror : Coquelin,George Allen and

Unwin Ltd,1954

6. Actors on Acting : Toby Cole,Chinoy Crown

Publishers,New Delhi,1991
7. Styles of Theatre Acting : Sunita Dhir,Gian

8. Folk Theatre Of India : Balwant Gargi,Rupa and Co.

New Delhi.

9. Natya Shastra : Bharata Muni, Translated

by Mannohan Ghosh,Asiatic

Society,Culcutta,1950.

10. Journals : 'Rang Parasang' 'Theatre

India' 'The Drama Reciw'

11. Effective T.V. Production : Gerold Millerson Local Press


M.A- II

Semester – III

PAPER- III : Direction

Maximum Marks :100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER

The question paper will consist of five sections A. B. C. D and E. Section A, B,C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short answer type question carrying 2 marks.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.
Section -A
1. Study and Analysis of the following directors

a) Mayerhold with reference to his theory of Biomechanics.

b) Bertold Brecth' s Epic Theatre with reference to his play Mother Courage and her Children.

c) Samual Backet ' s Theatre of the absured with reference to his play Waiting for Godot.

d) Antonin Artaud with reference to his theatre of cruelty.
Section - B
1. Study of the following Indian theatre directors.

a) E.Alkazi with reference to his productions of Tughlak, Andha Yug, Ashad Ka Ek Din.

b) Habib Tanvir with reference to his style of folk theatre, particularly Shakespeare's translation of Mid summer night ' s dream ( Kamdev Ka Hasin Sapna).

c) B.V. Karanth with adaptation of Shakespeare 's Macbeth as Barnam Van.



Section- C
3. a) Contemporary directors in Indian theatre.

b) Contemporary directors in the Punjabi theatre.


Section- D

4. a) The medium of Television, How it works as compared to theatre.

b) Appreciation of television medium with reference to Gulzar' s Serial Mirza Ghalib, its subject matter, characterization,dialogues, performances and its poetic ambience.

PRACTICALS

a) Analysis of a given short play or a scene into motivational units, determining the purpose of each unit.

b) Rehearsing scene from various plays by concentrating on composition, movements and stage business.

PROJECTS

Exercise in production work with set, lights costumes and talent .

RECOMMENDED READINGS

1. Play Production : Bernard Hewitt

2. The profession of the Stage : Tovastanogov

3. Theatre in our times : John Gassner

4. Drama and the Theatre : John Russel Brown

5. On the Art of Theatre : Gordon Chraig

6. Theatre at Work : Marowitz

7. Fundamentals of Play Directing : Alexander & Kara

8. Producing the Play : John Gassner

9. Play Production : Henning Nelma

10. The Craft of Play Direction : Curts Canefield

11. Directors on Directing : Toby Cole ( Ed.)

12. Directing in the Theatre : Hugh Morrison

13. Television Production : Wurtzel & Acker

14. Effective T.V. Production : Millersen

15. The grammar of T.V. Prodution : Desmond Davis

16. Rangmanch Ate Television Natak : Navnindra Behl

17. On Screen Directing : Edmord Dmytrok

18. Mirza Ghalib : Gulzar


M.A- II

Semester – III

PAPER- IV : STAGE CRAFT

Maximum Marks :100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
The question will consist of five sections A. B. C. D and E. Section A, B,C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short - answer type question carrying 2 marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidate are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.
Section -A

1. Relationship between Theatre Architecture and Dramatic literature.

2. Detailed study of Globe Theatre with special reference to Shakespearean Drama.

Section - B

1. Current Trends of Set Designing in India.

2. Set Designing process for a Realistic Play.
Section- C

1. Role of Lighting Designer in a play.

2. Designing lighting for a Realistic Play.
Section- D

1. Designing Costumes for a Realistic Play.

2. Character, Stylized and Fantasy Make-up.
PRACTICALS
a) Designing the setting for a play with its scale model and with compete working drawings and sketches.

b) Making of rocks and making of masks, Trees models property layouts and property plants.

c) Handling switchboard using colors filters special effects and lighting cyclorama.
PROJECTS

Designing Costume in relation to production : Making of Sound.



RECOMMENDED READINGS

1. Acting and Stage Craft made simple : Derek Bowqskill

2. Continental Stage Craft : Knenneth Macgowan

R.D.Jones

3. Indian Costumes : John Gassner

4. Practical Stage Make-Up : Herman Buchman

5. Stage Costume : Mareter Lister

6. Costume in the Theatre : James laver

7. Indian Costumes : Jamila Bril Bhushan

8. Stage Scenery: Its Construction : S. Gillettee

and Rigging


M.A- II

Semester – III

PAPER- V : Production Participation and Involvement
Maximum Marks :100 Pass Marks : 35%

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
Completely to be marked by the full teaching staff. Marks will be distributed among the following Categories:
a) Regularity and Punctuality : 10 Marks

b) Team Spirit, Initiative and Hard work : 10 Marks

c) Active participation in Production (Back Stage : 10 Marks

& Stage)


d) Appreciations and Analytical Faculty : 20 Marks
CD's and DVD's of theatre and film recordings are to be used for the subject of appreciation . Theatre and T.V. films would be shown to the students every week. Their impressions , reactions and analytical faculty will be assessed.

e) Presentation : 50 Marks


The Candidate is expected to give a ten to fifteen minutes presentation on any one topic/subject in the presence of entire faculty and students. He/She will be tested on the basis of his/her originality imagination and personal ideas and approach in his presentation.
SYLLABUS
M.A. (THEATRE AND TELEVISION )

PART- II SEMESTER - IV


Session : 2009-2010 and 2010-2011
PAPER - I : LITERATURE AND HISTORY OF INDIAN TELEVISION
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 80

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- II : ACTING
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICAL : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- III : DIRECTION
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICALS : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- IV STAGE CRAFT
MAX MARKS : 100

THEORY : 40

PRACTICALS : 40

PROJECTS : 20

PASS MARKS : 35%
PAPER- V : THEATRE PERSONALITY

AND INVOLVEMENTS
MAX MARKS : 100
( For details of Paper- V please see the examination scheme given inside)

M.A. - II

Semester - IV

Paper-I

LITERATURE AND HISTORY OF INDIAN TELEVISION

Maximum Marks : 100 Theory : 80 marks


Pass Marks : 35% Project : 20 marks
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER
The Question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D, and E Section, A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 10 marks in all, each short answer type questions carrying 2 marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A. B,C and D of the questions paper and the entire section E.
Section –A
1.History of Indian Television.

2. Punjabi Television Scene.


Section –B
1. Role of Television in Information Age.

2. Television as Medium of Cultural Interaction.




Section –C

1. Adaptation of novel, story and drama for television medium.

2. Contemporary Television scene in India and Punjab.


Section –D

1. Study of the following Classic Productions for Television or films

a) Tamas by Govind Nihlani written by Bhisham sahni.

b) 'Devdas' film produced by 'Bimal Roy' and Sanjay Leela Bhansali based on Sharat Chandra Chatterji's novel.



PROJECTS

Written exercise in appreciation a stage play, a TV play or film and a feature film and art form.


BOOKS PRESCRIBED

1. Rangmanch ate Television Natak : Navnidra Behl

2. Television Lekhan : Asgat Wahagat

Prabhat Ranjan

3. Patkatha Lekhan : Manohar Shyam Joshi

4. The Art of the film : Ernest Lingren

5. Television Fundamentals : John Wilkinson

6. The Singhs and Sounds of Cinema

Television : Robert Edmonds

7. Television in India : Saad Pubilications

(Values and Concerns) Delhi India.


M.A- II

Semester – IV

PAPER-II : ACTING

Maximum Marks: 100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks



Theory

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER

The question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D and E. Section A,B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short-answer type questions carrying 2 marks.



INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the section A,B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.


Section-A
1. Basic Principles of Television Acting.

2.Comparative Study of Stage and Television Activity.


Section-B
1. Radio Acting.

2. Film Acting.


Section-C

1. Art of Dubbing.

2. Art of Playback Singing.
Section-D
1. Compering on Television for Various programs.

2. Announcing on Television for Various programs.



Practical

A. Exercises for Television Acting , Movements , Controlling the body and speech, action-reaction exercise, shot division continuity and consistency

B. Dialouge Delivery, Voice tones and voice exercise for television and Radio.

C. Study texts : a) Umrao Jaan ( Film).

b) Tamas ( Television Serial)

Projects

Study of different character through observation. Students to write on styles in which they perform during the session and to prepare pieces of characterization from given plays.

RECOMMENDED READING

1. Stanislavsky on the art of : David Magarahack

Stage
2. The Actor in Training : Morris Fisherman

3. The Theatre & its Double : Antonin Artaud Johm

Clader Press,London,1976

4. The Theory of the Modern : Eric Bentley,Penguin Books

Stage New York,1976

5. The art of the actror : Coquelin,George Allen and

Unwin Ltd,1954

6. Actors on Acting : Toby Cole,Chinoy Crown

Publishers,New Delhi,1991
7. Styles of Theatre Acting : Sunita Dhir,Gian

8. Folk Theatre Of India : Balwant Gargi,Rupa and Co.

New Delhi.

9. Natya Shastra : Bharata Muni, Translated

by Mannohan Ghosh,Asiatic

Society,Culcutta,1950.

10. Journals : 'Rang Parasang' 'Theatre

India' 'The Drama Reciw'

11. Lok - Natak : Balwant Gargi

12. Working Actors : Richard A. Blum,Focal Press pub.

(The Craft of Television Film

and Stage Performance)

13. On Screen Acting : Edward and Jean Porter Dmytryk

Focal Press Boston London.

14. Basic Film Techniques : Ken Daley, Focal Press Boston London.

15. Local Radio : Barric Redfern Focal Press Boston London.

16. Television and Radio : Stuart W. Hyde

Announcing



M.A- II

Semester – IV

PAPER- III : Direction

Maximum Marks :100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER

The question paper will consist of five sections A. B. C. D and E. Section A, B,C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short answer type question carrying 2 marks.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.


Section -A
1. Grammar of T.V. Production, Production Process and Methodology of T.V. Production, Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production.
Section - B
2. Creative approach in directing from script to final production in television with reference to the treatment, audio-visual language and technical perceptions.

Section- C
3. Director at work in the studios, outdoor locations with single camera shooting, multi camera shooting, live recording production commands, sitting on the panel and editing in the studios.
Section- D

4. Directing different types of programmers, T.V. films, Serials, Soap operas, Documentaries, Interviews, Discussion on programmers, reality shows with particular references to current popular programmers like Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin, India Idol on Sony T.V. Muqabala on NDTV India, Seedhi Baat on Aaj Tak. Film like Devdas, Parinita based on Indian Classics by Sharat Chandra Chatterji for Understanding the transformation of literature to the cinema language.



PRACTICALS

a) Shooting exercises for television programmes, composition, framing, commands, working with talent, camera angles, shots sequences.

b) Arrangements for production management pre-production planning and production execution.

PROJECTS

Exercise in production work with set, lights costumes and talent .


RECOMMENDED READINGS

1. On Screen Directing : Edward Dmytrk

2. Directors on Directing : Toby Cole ( ed. )

3. Directing in the Theatre : Hugh Morrison

4. Television Production : Wutzel & Acker

5. Effective T.V. Production : Millersen

6. The grammar of Television : Desmond Davis

7. The art of the film : Ernest Lindgreh

7. The sights and sounds of : Robert Edmonds

Cinema and Television



M.A- II

Semester – IV
PAPER- IV : Technical Aspects and Craft of T.V. Production

Maximum Marks :100 Theory : 40 Marks

Pass Marks : 35% Practical : 40 Marks

Projects : 20 Marks

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
The question will consist of five sections A. B. C. D and E. Section A, B,C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks in all, each short - answer type question carrying 2 marks.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidate are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.
Section -A

1. Role Of Cameramen in the Video-Production

2. Camera Movements and Shot Division.

3. Role of Sound recordist in a Television Production and Camera.

Audio recording equipments.

Section - B

1. Process of Lighting Designing for a Television Production.

2. Lighting Equipments for Indoor and Outdoor shooting.
Section- C

1. Costume Designing for Television Productions.

2. Difference Between Stage and Television production Make-up.

Section- D

1. Role of Editor and Editing Equipment.

2. Animation and Graphics.

PRACTICALS
a) Designing the setting for a Television Production with complete working drawings.

b) Designing lighting for a T.V. Production.

c) Handling mikes and lio mixer for a T.V. Production.

PROJECTS

Designing Costume for a T.V. Production.


RECOMMENDED READINGS
1. Television Lighting Methods : Gerald Millerson

2. Basis TV & Video System : Bernard Grap

3. Create Your Own Stage Face : Dogulas V.

4. Video Makers Handbook : Millerson

5. Technique of Special Effects in TV : Bernard Wikkie

M.A- II

Semester – IV

PAPER- V : Production Participation and Involvement
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
Maximum Marks : 100 Pass Marks : 35%

Completely to be marked by the full teaching staff. Marks will be distributed among the following Categories:


a) Regularity and Punctuality : 10 Marks

b) Team Spirit, Initiative and Hard work : 10 Marks

c) Active participation in Production (Back Stage : 10 Marks

& Stage)


d) Appreciations and Analytical Faculty : 20 Marks
CD's and DVD's of theatre and film recordings are to be used for the subject of appreciation . Theatre and T.V. films would be shown to the students every week. Their impressions , reactions and analytical faculty will be assessed.
e) Presentation : 50 Marks

The Candidate is expected to give a ten to fifteen minutes presentation on any one topic/subject in the presence of entire faculty and students. He/She will be tested on the basis of his/her originality imagination and personal ideas and approach in his presentation.
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