Drama in Universal Literature


This course covers the origins and development of drama in universal literature, from ancient Greek and Roman theater to the emergence of Renaissance drama, the rise of romantic drama, theater in the late 19th century, the evolution of 20th-century theater, drama and politics, and the impact of technological advancements on contemporary theater.

What you will learn

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical and cultural evolution of drama in universal literature, as well as the ability to analyze and critically evaluate the impact of political, social, and technological factors on theatrical productions.

Course program

The Origins and Development of Drama in Universal Literature
The Emergence of Renaissance Drama
The Rise of Romantic Drama in Universal Literature
Theater in the Late 19th Century
The Evolution of 20th-Century Theater
Drama and Politics in Universal Literature
The Impact of Technological Advancements on Contemporary Theater