THTR1125 – Theatre Technical Practicum pdf

Credits: 2 (0/2/0)
Description: Meets MnTC Goal Area 6F. Practical work in this content area will develop a student's knowledge of the roles and duties of different theatre artists and collaborators involved in a production, the elements of performance and of different theatre spaces and theatrical styles. Students will apply the communication skills needed to work in the elements of performance such as cooperation, collaboration, respect and responsibility. Students will implement theory and apply physical practice through performance, design or management of theatrical work. Students will also apply various production techniques. This course is intended for students who participate as a construction or run crew member on a main stage or approved theatrical production. May be repeated twice.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: (None)
Competencies:
  1. Identify the roles and duties of different theatre artists involved in a production.
  2. Understand the elements of performance and of different theatre spaces and theatrical styles.
  3. Work collaboratively within a theatrical production process with professional decorum and respect.
  4. Draw information from a written text to determine artistic and aesthetic choices used to interpret and communicate the vision of the writer/creator.
  5. Identify and utilize specific tools and methods of theatrical actors, designers, technicians or managers.
  6. Apply imagination and personal aesthetic to the interpretation of a publicly presented theatrical work.
MnTC goal areas:
  • (6) The Humanities and Fine Arts

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