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THR 213 - Introduction to Set and Costume Design

Description
This course introduces students to set and costume design for performance, exploring theater as a visual medium. Students will develop their ability to think about the physical environment (including clothing) as key components of story-telling and our understanding of human experience. Students will expand their vocabulary for discussing the visual world and work on their collaborative skills. We'll spend half the semester focusing on costuming and half focusing of the scenic environment, both in a practical, on your feet studio class taught by professional theater practitioners. Absolutely no experience required. Absolutely no experience required. Course will require the study of various plays and music theater, and careful preparation of practical and studio exercises using excerpts from these works. Course will also involve research into various contemporary practices in theater making and design, through essays, articles, books and film.
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2019
Offered
M, W
Avg. Class Size
13
Avg. Sections
1