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School:
Pima Community College
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The 105 - Theater Appreciation

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Syllabus THE 105 Theatre Appreciation INSTRUCTOR Frank Pickard M F A Ph D SEMESTER Spring 2012 Prerequisite WRT 100 or 101 or 102 CFAMUS 21 206 6720 Frank Pickard pima edu Description This course will examine the nature of theatre arts as it emerged from a ritualistic primitive form of human expression to a multimillion dollar entertainment industry today We ll explore the discipline of theatre arts learn about the complexities of the art beginning with elements of productions to the final realization of the playwrights work We ll also examine aspects of contributions made by designers actors directors critics dramaturges historians and playwrights to performance of dramatic literature Class discussions are extremely important to this examination and ultimately to the students success in the class Course Outline Note that this outline follows the structure of the required textbook Part 1 Setting the Stage for Understanding and Appreciating Theatre Arts Why Study Theatre Arts Where the Magic Happens The Seeing Place Making Critical Judgment about the Art Historical Beginnings Choosing a Season Royalties Part 2 The Artists A Collaborative Effort The Playwrights Past and Present Play Directors Choreographers Musical Directors Actors The Acting Process Professional Affiliations Designers Scenic Elements Lighting Costumes Properties Pre performance Activities Bringing it all together Auditions Casting the Play Taping the Floor Rehearsal Schedules Marketing Part 3 In Production Getting to Opening Night and Beyond Managing the Play Production Process Stage Managers House Managers Box Office Managers Performance Audience Etiquette Actor Responsibilities Manager Responsibilities Post performance Strikes Post Mortems Theatre Arts Academic Degrees Required Texts Required text is THEATRE ARTS Fundamental Theory and Practice 2nd edition Kendall Hunt Publishing available in the bookstore and through the publisher directly through the web site below An eBook version is also



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