Anne Quackenbush

 Anne Quackenbush

Anne Quackenbush

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May 9, 2018
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Show up for class! You get an A grade for attendance and you get to watch great movies! No Friday classes!

May 5, 2018
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Quackenbush will give you any fine art credit. She does not hold class on Fridays. she cancels class frequently. her class does not require much effort. You should show up for attendance and to take notes for online exams. She gives a ton of extra credit. Her lectures are very interesting.

Jan 18, 2020
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Professor Quackenbush is hilarious and the class is very easy. The class consists of iclicker attendance, three iclicker quizzes and four online exams, that are pretty easy. There is practically no homework. I suggest you must watch the movies required, because there are questions over it on the exams. Just show up in class and you'll get an A. Overall, she's the best.

Jun 15, 2020
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Professor Quackenbush is the GOAT. She's a great teacher and a better person. She's a real gem and so sweet. It's an easy A mostly, because she listens to feedback. The homework is a must because it's a large part of the grade, but it's so easy. The tests are fine, as long as you do the homework. Projects are not time consuming as well. I can't stress this enough- take her class.

May 27, 2020
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The reviews don't lie. Professor Quackenbush is really a legend. She's passionate about what she teaches. She doesn't want the course to be difficult too. I think I laughed out loud at least once a day of class with her. She's a real gem, with her experience in theatre, her dedication to her students and her personality. Absolutely, I would recommend her class.

May 24, 2020
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Prof. Anne is amazing! With her loose teaching style, you can see that she's very outgoing and she has a free spirit. Her class is an easy A! Aside from getting a good grade, you'll also learn a lot about theatre. If you perform in class, she'll even give extra credit!

Biography

Texas A&M University College Station - Theater

Anne Quackenbush has been performing and teaching in Houston for the last 15 years; most recently she performed at the Alley Theatre in The Man Who Came to Dinner. Other shows at the Alley Theatre include three seasons of A Christmas Carol; The Mousetrap; You Can’t Take It with You; And Then There Were None; The Thirteenth Chair; and House and Garden, for which she won Best Actress in Houston, Houston Press Awards 2002. She has also worked in Houston with Stages Repertory Theatre: Searching for Eden; Orange Flower Water and The Pavilion, both by Craig Wright; Heart of a Woman; Anton in Show Business, for which the ensemble received Best Actresses, Houston Press Awards 2001; The Maiden’s Prayer and Ascendancy. She played Linda Loman in the University of Houston’s production of Death of a Salesman. As a teacher, she has worked with the Alley Theatre and Main Street Theatre as well as 10 years as a private tutor.

Anne began acting at the age of seven, performing at the Dallas Theatre Center, and Casa Mañana in Ft. Worth. She went on to high school at the Antwerp International School in Belgium, and attended Scripps College in Claremont, California, where she received her B.F.A. in Theatre. She also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. While in San Francisco she performed with the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival as well as taught classes in acting and Shakepeare. Currently she is in her last year of the M.A. program at University of Houston, School of Theatre and Dance. While at UH, she has assisted with undergraduate courses in Dramatic Structure and Theatre History, as well as two years as a teacher’s assistant for Introduction to Theatre courses for undergraduates.

THAR 110

Acting I: Fundamentals

(DRAM 1351) Acting I: Fundamentals. A Stanislavsky-based approach to the fundamentals of acting, which may include sensory exercises, relaxation, concentration, imagination, improvisation, character analysis and scene work.

5 (3)

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THAR 201

Introduction to World Theatre

Non-Western theatre, its origins and continuing influence on society and Western theater; emphasis on the theaters of India, China, Japan, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America.

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THAR 281

History of the Theatre II

(DRAM 2362) History of the Theatre II. Survey of the history of Western theatre from the closing of the theatres in England in 1642 to the present; brief introduction to the theatre of the East. For non-theatre majors and minors only.

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THAR 322

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THAR 101

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