DRAMA 240 Fall 2013

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•There is a lab fee of $20.00 payable by Sept. 13.
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION
Students will be introduced to the nature of technical production, its many areas, its specific jobs, as well as its integral connection to theatre space and the design aspects of a production, particularly set design and stage management.
The major software programs students will use include CAD (Computer Assisted Drafting) and MS Office.
Once students are familiar with the department's three theatre venues, practical projects will include ground-plan drawings, drafting, set design, working with workshop tools, construction materials and techniques, safety issues, budgets, scene painting, promptbooks and stage management paperwork.

 

Student evaluation will be based on participation in lecture and lab components, acquisition of skills, attitude, plus several completed assignments;

·         A ground-plan using CAD of one of a productions including 1/8” scale printout.

·         A prompt script for a published play to include scene breakdown, daily rehearsal schedule, rehearsal reports, technical schedule, running sheets, contact sheets, blocking codes, properties track, etc.

·         A construction project.

·         2 short quizzes

 

Trips to see a show:   There are 2 trips to see shows for this course. No Great Mischief and Salt Water Moon. Both are bus trips and are being performed at Thousand Islands Playhouse. Details to follow soon.

LAB FEE: There is a lab fee of $20.00 due to the office by September 15.  This fee will cover all materials.