Play writing

This course divides script creation into two main parts: 'discovery' and 'performance'. In the actual creation of a play, 'discovery' and 'performance' can not be entirely separated, as there is invariably a phenomenon of mutual interspersion, penetration, influence, and blending.
For example, at the time of 'discovery,' the factor of 'performance' is already included, and during 'performance' new 'discoveries' will also be produced, and so forth. In order to make the discussions of this course focused and analytically complete, the chapters of each class should be elucidated specifically one by one, thus practitioners will not be able to have only a mechanical understanding.
A. The elements and types of plays are understood from the theories of drama creation.
B. Script writing skills are explored from testing and practice.