THEA 360: Theatre Participation II
Prerequisites: THEA 260 or junior standing
Credit Hours: (1) One hour laboratory
Provides students with an experiential application of advanced principles in a theatrical production and its related fields. Typical experiences will include but not be limited to: leadership positions, acting, box office, costume production, dramaturgy, lighting implementation, makeup creation, publicity, scenic production, stage managing, sound production.
Note(s): May be repeated for up to four (4) semester hours of credit.
Detailed Description of Content of Course
The purpose of the course is to expose the student to the practices involved in theatre with an emphasis on their adaptation to actual production experiences.
1. Production preparation
3. Stage performances.
Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
An informal approach in which the discovery of advanced principles used in the practical application of practices involved in theatre will be emphasized.
Goals and Objectives of the Course
Students will be able to demonstrate the basic application of practices involved in theatre.
Assignments, presentations of projects and class participation will be used to assess the final grade.
Other Course Information
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