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Professor Robinson's History of American Drama was the best class I took last quarter - interesting, relevant, thoroughly researched and well presented. The four hours per week contact time always passed quickly, with lectures always being vibrant, easily absorbed, and varied- in-class performance was strongly encouraged, we had several guest speakers, and we also took a couple of well wothwhile outside visits to dance and puppet theaters. Professor Robinson is a great lecturer because she is so interested in what she does - she has an amazing wealth of knowledge on her subject, and she wants her students to be as excited about it as she is - by the end of her course, you will be. There is quite a lot of reading for 106, usually two or three plays a week, but if you have even a passing interest in theater you will find them valuable and generally pretty easy. My only reservation is that her papers are very much based upon lecture - if you miss even one class, you'll be screwed, as many of the questions on her exams are based upon her personal comments, and are not things you will find in any textbook. But take Robinson, because she's fantastic, and you probably won't ever want to miss her class anyway.