Satisfies graduation requirement in Practical or Fine Arts, but not both.
Students focus on developing the basic tools and procedures for creating elements of technical theatre. Technical knowledge of safety procedures and demonstrated safe operation of theatre equipment are central to success in this course. Students will be required to attend or participate in technical work, rehearsals, and/or performances beyond the school day to support, extend, and assess learning in the classroom. Technical Theatre class will introduce the first year technician to the areas of stagecraft and theatrical production. The theatre elements to which you will be introduced will include, but are not limited to: Stage elements, Stage properties (props), Crews/Assignments, Sound Engineering/Recording, Lights and Lighting Design, Fly System/Safety, Box Office/Ticket Sales, Stage Management and Publicity.