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October 25 – October 29
Schedule for the Week
Friday- ALL CLASSES
Read Tony Tuesday assignment, you can choose to complete it on this week’s choice. Or you can wait for another week. You may turn in the assignment any time during Semester 1. Only one response is required even if you are in two Theatre classes. DUE Wed Dec 16. NO EXCEPTIONS
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1- Vocab Week 6
2- RSA Field Trip
On Wednesday, Oct 27, The Company will travel to Roosevelt High School to see Check, Please. Call is 8:30 in the cafeteria. Cost is $1, all permission slips were due on Friday, Oct 15. If students are not attending the performance, they will work on rehearsal with the sub.
3- Intermission Design Project
Students will work on their own to build their design for “Intermission.” All elements of the project are due by Friday, Dec 10
send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
label email: period/your name/assignment title
Coded script Log
Label: period/your name/Intermission Design Log
Log MUST include:
Students will research 3 design elements: WOP, Set, and a crew of their choice (Props, Costume, Lights, Sound)
3 pics and 3 explanations for each element of research
Students will draw a mock up of their set design
Create a ground plan with all walls and furniture for your design
Build a scale model using cardstock for your set design. Must be in full color, include a measurement report. Model must have furniture.
4- Q2 article homework
Article responses due Dec 9 by 11:59 PM. Students will read 3 articles and respond to 2.
Article 1: “Simplify your Set Design” by George F. Ledo
Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss what you believe are the two most important considerations when designing an impactful set while also telling a story and honoring author’s intent.
Article 2: “Read, Render, Realize” by Christopher Dills
Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss what you believe are the two most important parts of the process a set designer uses to go from script to performance.
Article 3: “How to Talk Design” by Sean O’Skea
Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss what you believe are the best ways a set designer can promote and defend their set design to a director while also being a collaborative member of the Production Team.