This course offers an exploration of visual storytelling, combined with a grounding in the practical, communicative, collaborative and anti-racist skills necessary to create physical environments for live theater making. Students are mentored as designers, directors or creators (often in teams) on realized projects for the theater program season. Individualized class plans allow students to design for realized productions, to imagine physical environments for un-realized productions, or to explore contemporary visualization techniques, depending on their area of interest, experience and skill level.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
A previous course in Directing, Set, Lighting, or Costume Design, or significant production experience in theater and instructor permission. For admission, please contact Jane Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org