- Basic Course Description of Drama 2331 Stagecraft II: Continued study and application of the methods and components of theatrical production which may include one or more of the following: theater facilities, scenery construction and painting, properties, lighting, costume, makeup, sound, and theatrical management.
- Prerequisites: None
- Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
- Apply an expanded vocabulary and knowledge of the environment, tools, and skills required to mount a theatrical production.
- Demonstrate increased knowledge of the variety of work required to mount a theatrical production.
- Describe in depth the collaborative nature of production within theatre arts
- Major Course Requirements:
- Performance Quizzes: Students will evaluate the production design choices of 2 productions in written essays.
- Midterm and Final: The midterm and final are 5 paragraph essays evaluating the particular dominant design style of one production.
- Homework: Students will research sources to select final production elements for their particular assignment for a particular production – set, costume, sound, etc..
- Books and other Course Materials:
- Theatrical Design and Production, J. Michael Gillette (contact instructor for edition)
- Other Policies: Please refer to the WTC Course Catalog for the following:
- Campus Calendar
- Final Exam schedule
- How to drop a class
- Withdrawal information
- Student Conduct/Academic Integrity
- Students with disabilities
- Departmental policy regarding late/make up work: No late or makeup work will be accepted.
- Stagecraft ISchedule
||Tool and Shop safety, Tool use.
Theatrical Design and Production, J. Michael Gillette (contact instructor for edition)
||Midterm – analysis of first production process.
Personal design for 2nd production.
Construct and assemble second production and analysis of production process.
||Final, Analysis of 2nd production process.
August 18, 2015