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Dobb Univ. Center-MGM Theater
NOTE: This course has been RE-NUMBERED. It was formerly THEA 131.
This course will provide beginning students with an awareness and understanding of the technical aspects of theater production, and an overview of the visual aspects of theater along with construction techniques for props and set. Practical exercises are directly related to productions staged in the Mary Gray Munroe Theater and include assignments to technical crews for productions of Theater Emory. The course involves three hours of lecture and two hours of lab work per week; students are required to crew one Theater Emory production in the semester.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- 2009. Stagecraft Fundamentals: A Guide and Reference for Theatrical Production. ISBN: 9780240808574.
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|Lab and Grading||Students will enroll in and attend one of the following weekly labs (four student slots per lab): 1) Tues. Lab 1-3 2) Wed. Lab. 2-4 3) Thurs. Lab 1-3 Grading based on participation in class, lab work, and theatrical productions, as well as progress over the semester.|
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