Winter Session course on musical ‘Campus Chatter’ features series of lectures
College interviews on edgy topics jump off the page and onto the stage in a new musical to be performed March 20-21 at Mitchell Hall on the University of Delaware campus in Newark.
During Winter Session this month, the course “From Page to Stage: Creating Campus Chatter, the New Musical” (MUSC 367) is being offered as part of an initiative with Student Life.
The course is designed to enrich the campus community and provide the general public an opportunity to meet the creative team of the innovative show, which will look at real challenges faced by today’s college students.
The public is invited to attend a series of lectures by the book writer, director, music director, lyricist, composer, choreographer, set designer, lighting designer, orchestrator and case members of Campus Chatter.
Class participants and those who attend the lectures will learn about the artists’ challenges and rewards in the creative process.
Lectures will be held as follows in Room 211 of the Amy E. du Pont Music Building. The exceptions are those Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, which will be held at a place to be determined.