Technical Theater (Certificate T0446)
The Technical Theater Certificate will provide students with classwork and practical experience across a broad base of technical theater disciplines, including set construction, set rigging, lighting, and stage management. There is an emphasis on supporting classroom instruction with both practical application and participation in main stage productions. Students will expand their resumes by virtue of their participation on build and running crews. This certificate may aid in the student's search for an entry-level position as a shop technician or running crew in theaters and theme parks. It may also aid in finding short-term work on load-ins and running crews for theatrical events.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|THTR 9||Introduction to Theater Arts||3|
|THTR 21||Introduction to Theater Design||3|
|Variable unit courses: Repeat each course 4 times at 1 unit each||8|
|Play Rehearsal and Performance - Technical|
|Technical Theater Practicum|
|THTR 22||Stage Lighting||3|
|THTR 26||Sound for Theater||3|
|THTR 27||Introduction to Stage Management||3|
|Choose a total of 6 or 7 units from the electives below|
|Principles of Acting I|
|Directing for the Stage|
|Theater for Young Audiences - Performance|
|Theater for Young Audiences - Design|
|Theater for Young Audiences - Stage Management|
Program Learning Outcomes
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