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TH 3320: History of the Theatre I
Texas State University

Average Class Rating

Rated 3.4/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.0/5

Rated moderate

Average Grade

A

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TH 3320 History of the Theatre I is a Theatre course at Texas State taught by the following professor: Kevin Gates.
3 elite notetakers have produced one study material for this Theatre course.

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Professor Reviews in TH 3320


  • Class rating 4/5
    Henderson is a very funny & intelligent guy. His lectures are very informative and are not boring. He does assign long papers that are usually 5-10 pages. There are quizzes that are usually essay based and his tests are half essayhalf multiple choice. If you go to his office he'll help you. Do not miss class! He gives extra points for being there. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    This is not the professor for you if you want to be coddled. I found him tough but fair. He's a stickler for punctuality. He forces you out of your comfort zone. He brings real world experience & insight to the class. I learned a lot from him & my work is better for it. He is the professor for you if you want a competitive edge & a reality check. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    I was warned & didn't listen. I believe Rivera is a talented designer, but he's a poor teacher. He utilizes fear tactics, sets a discouraging tone, stifles creativity thus creating an awful class space. This causes little class discourse & I truly think he wonders why. You will be making Rivera work. Nothing I created felt like my own. A waste. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is a wonderful teacher. She really cares about her students on a personal level and you can go to her with anything. She is very understanding. Take her!!!!!!!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    It was his first time teaching, so he was a little nervous at first. But honestly, this was my favorite class. He makes the material applicable, and he keeps the discussion booming. I was super impressed with both him and the class. If you're interested in city planning, take this class for sure. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    As long as you show up, pay attentionparticipate in class, and do adequate studying you should be able to get an A or B no problem. Especially if you have no interest in community and regional planning. You will regret it. Not much lecturing, he makes us break into groups and teach the material to the class. Unfortunately the spring semester of 2015 was his last here at Texas State, I'll miss him! P.S. Studying together in groups outside of class really helps for his tests and there is no required textbook ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    If you have to take this class as an elective, DONT. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 4/5
    Henderson is a very funny & intelligent guy. His lectures are very informative and are not boring. He does assign long papers that are usually 5-10 pages. There are quizzes that are usually essay based and his tests are half essayhalf multiple choice. If you go to his office he'll help you. Do not miss class! He gives extra points for being there. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    This is not the professor for you if you want to be coddled. I found him tough but fair. He's a stickler for punctuality. He forces you out of your comfort zone. He brings real world experience & insight to the class. I learned a lot from him & my work is better for it. He is the professor for you if you want a competitive edge & a reality check. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    I was warned & didn't listen. I believe Rivera is a talented designer, but he's a poor teacher. He utilizes fear tactics, sets a discouraging tone, stifles creativity thus creating an awful class space. This causes little class discourse & I truly think he wonders why. You will be making Rivera work. Nothing I created felt like my own. A waste. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is a wonderful teacher. She really cares about her students on a personal level and you can go to her with anything. She is very understanding. Take her!!!!!!!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    It was his first time teaching, so he was a little nervous at first. But honestly, this was my favorite class. He makes the material applicable, and he keeps the discussion booming. I was super impressed with both him and the class. If you're interested in city planning, take this class for sure. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    As long as you show up, pay attentionparticipate in class, and do adequate studying you should be able to get an A or B no problem. Especially if you have no interest in community and regional planning. You will regret it. Not much lecturing, he makes us break into groups and teach the material to the class. Unfortunately the spring semester of 2015 was his last here at Texas State, I'll miss him! P.S. Studying together in groups outside of class really helps for his tests and there is no required textbook ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    If you have to take this class as an elective, DONT. ...Continue reading