• THE 210: This course introduces students to the fundamental practices
    of stagecraft work onstage and backstage. Topics covered will
    be the safe use of tools and stage equipment, basic scenery,
    props, and costume construction techniques, basic lighting
    hang and focus and sound practices, and publicity and marketing
    methods.

    Self enrollment
  • THE 211 Stagecraft: Audience Management (.5 hr) 
    Duties related to audience relations including publicity and house management responsibilities during the run of a performance.

    THE 212 Stagecraft: Sound (.5 hr) 
    Setting and patching sound equipment and operation of the sound system for a the run of a performance.

    THE 213 Stagecraft: Properties (1 hr) 
    Collecting or creating the stage properties needed in a production. May include prop running duties backstage during the run of a performance.

    THE 214 Stagecraft: Costuming (1 hr) 
    Constructing, altering or finding clothing and accessories for a production. May include wardrobe duties backstage during the run of a performance.

    THE 215 Stagecraft: Scenery (1 hr) 
    Constructing or altering scenic elements for a production. May include set running duties backstage during the run of a performance.

    THE 216 Stagecraft: Lighting (1 hr) 
    Hanging and focusing lighting equipment and light board operation for the run of a performance.

    Self enrollment
  • Students will research and create prop lists, draft ground plans and elevations, and build both white and fully rendered scale models of their designs. Construction and painting techniques of basic scenic elements will also be covered. Students will create a portfolio of design work that will be used at the portfolio review at the final exam period. Taking THE 210 in advance of this course is helpful but not required. Those students who are not certified on tools used for assignments in the class will gain those skills in class.

  • THE 314- Students will research and create lighting and sound plots, edit and mix sound elements, select color and pattern media and figure cues sheets. Hang and focus of a basic design will be assigned.  Students will create a portfolio of design work that will be used at the portfolio review at the final exam period.   Taking THE 210 in advance of this course is helpful but not required.  Those students who are not certified on tools and equipment used for assignments in the class will gain those skills in class. 

    Self enrollment
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