Theatre Practicum

This course is a hands-on learning experience in theatrical production for students with advanced production assignments or those who have completed four semesters of 119. Students will develop practical skills and essential knowledge of what it takes to mount a production for the stage by working in one of five production areas: scene shop, lighting, costume shop, props or public relations/management. The course is part of the active learning requirement for all theatre and music theatre majors and minors. The specific assignment will be made by the theatre faculty at the beginning of the semester taking into consideration each student's experience, their educational needs and the technical needs of each production. Students are required to fulfill 35-45 hours over the course of the semester. Prerequisite: 119 (four semesters). Graded CR/NC. Two credit registration requires instructor approval.