Ron Stoffregen,
Associate Professor/Technical Director
010  Center for the Arts 
(608) 785-6708

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THA 230 FUNDAMENTALS OF THEATRICAL PRODUCTION
FALL 2004 - 9:55 10:50 M, W, F

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Theory and practice or the production elements comprising the theatre arts; Scene design and stagecraft, lighting design and technology, costume and make-up design and script analysis as each contributes to the realization of the play.  

COURSE OBJECTIVE: The objective of this course is to provide students with general knowledge of basic design and technical elements needed to produce a theatrical production. The intent of this course to make the student aware of and understand the research and collaborative process that usually occurs when mounting a theatrical production.  

ATTENDANCE: Attendance is required for all lectures.  For each class missed you will have five (5) points removed from your final average.  Attendance is required for all Mainstage productions.  Attendance is required at all strikes.

 

UNITS:  The class will be divided up into 3 units:

Sep. 7 Oct. 1

Script Analysis (Leonard)

Oct. 4 Nov. 29

Costume and Make up (Anderson)

Nov. 1 Dec. 6

Scenic and Lighting Design and Stagecraft (Stoffregen)

 

 GRADES: The course grade is based on the average of the grade in each of the three areas. 
1/3          Script Analysis
1/3          Costume and Make-up
1/3          Scenic and Lighting Design and Stagecraft
 

93-100%

A

 

70-75%

C

87-92%

AB

 

65-69%

D

81-86%

B

 

BELOW 64%

F

76-81%

BC

 

 

 

 

DISABILITY STATEMENT:
Any Student with a documented disability (e.g., physical, learning, psychiatric, vision, or hearing, etc.) who needs to arrange reasonable accommodations must contact the instructor and the Disability Resource Services office (165 Murphy Library) at the beginning of the semester.

August 18, 2004