Listed in: Theater and Dance, as THDA-64
Katherine E. O'Neill (Section 01)
An advanced course in the arts of theatrical design. Primary focus is on the communication of design ideas and concepts with other theater artists. Also considered is the process by which developing theatrical ideas and images are realized. Students will undertake specific projects in scenic, costume and/or lighting design and execute them in the context of the Department’s production program or in other approved circumstances. Examples of possible assignments include designing workshop productions, and assisting faculty and staff designers with major responsibilities in full-scale production. In all cases, detailed analysis of the text and responsible collaboration will provide the basis of the working method. May be repeated for credit.
Requisite: Theater and Dance 41, 42, or 43 or consent of the instructor. Fall semester. Professor Dougan. Spring semester. Visiting Lecturer O'Neill.