THEA 1267 - Stage Carpentry and Scenic Construction I
(2 credits) 1 hour lecture, 3 hours lab
This course covers the construction of theatrical set pieces using advanced procedures. Theatre carpentry is studied using more advanced tools, joinery and building techniques. Topics may include, three dimensional elements such as ceilings, wagons, weight bearing staircases and platforms and irregular shapes and surfaces. Students will understand the role and responsibility of the Head Carpenter and carpentry shop organization and management.
Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 1200.