Ron Stoffregen, Associate
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THA 231 STAGECRAFT -
COURSE OBJECTIVES: To introduce the student to basic stagecraft practices through lectures, labs, and practical experience. Various problems and solutions encompassing all aspects of technical theatre will be explored and discussed.
ATTENDANCE: Attendance is
required for all lectures. There will be NO MAKE-UP TESTS GIVEN. For each
class missed you will have five (5) points removed from your final average.
Attendance is required for all lab sessions. A penalty of ten (10) points
will result from a missed lab. Attendance is required
for all Mainstage productions. Attendance is
required at all strikes.
SCENE DESIGN AND STAGE LIGHTING, Parker & Wolf, 6 th ed.
BACKSTAGE HANDBOOK, Carter & Chaing 3rd Ed.
World Goes ‘Round - February 23-25 & March 1-4 in Toland Theatre
Tale of the Mouse - March 28-31 in Frederick Theatre
bobrauschengamerica - April 20-22 & 26-29 in Toland Theatre
World Goes ‘Round -March 4
Tale of the Mouse – March 31
bobrauschengamerica – April 29
DRAFTING KITS: Drafting kits are required for this class. These kits are available to you by the instructor. The kits are on "loan" to you for the duration of the semester. Drafting kits are to be returned, intact, at the end of the final exam period.
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. Students who are currently using the Disability Resource Services office will have a copy of a contract that verifies they are qualified students with disabilities who have documentation on file in the Disability Resource Services office.
January 18, 2007