This course is an introduction to all things technical in theater. Students will learn the vocabulary of the theater, where it relates to techniques, materials, equipment and the machinery that make theater a physical reality. The course includes projects in drafting, lighting design, and costume construction, as well as a lab component that will introduce a variety of shop practices. As part of the lab, students will contribute to realizing the Department of Theater's mainstage productions, though work in the scene shop, lighting and sound. NOTE: Theater majors must pass Theater 1411 with a grade of C or better. Prior to spring 2009, the course title was "Technical Theater Production."
Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.