9 - 12 Technical Theatre I Version: 2010-2011


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Theatre Arts

 
TAHSTTI.1
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre
Element: TAHSTTI.1a
Compares and contrasts the characteristic of different types of performance spaces such as a proscenium stage, studio/black box, thrust stage, classroom, arena, or found space
Element: TAHSTTI.1b
Analyzes ways in which the characteristics of a performance space can influence production decisions
Element: TAHSTTI.1c
Demonstrates knowledge of the technical components of a theatre set, properties, lighting, sound, costuming, and makeup
Element: TAHSTTI.1d
Creates a chart of the responsibilities of technical personnel, including designers, builders, and operators
Element: TAHSTTI.1e
Demonstrates theatre safety practices as well as ethical use of available technology and resources
Element: TAHSTTI.1f
Considers the interrelated nature of lighting, costumes, makeup, sound properties, scenery, acting, and direction to create in a unified theatrical production
Element: TAHSTTI.1g
Researches and selects lighting, sound, scenery, properties, costumes, and makeup to help create a particular theatrical environment
Element: TAHSTTI.1h
Selects, documents, and arranges props, furniture, costumes, and sound to create the setting and environment of the plot
Element: TAHSTTI.1i
Uses standard safety and operating procedures for tools and equipment used in formal and informal theatre, film/video, and electronic media productions
 

 
TAHSTTI.2
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Sets and Properties)
Element: TAHSTTI.2a
Uses power tools under the operating and safety guidelines to construct theatre sets and props
Element: TAHSTTI.2b
Collaborates with other group members to design and construct a variety of functional scenic devices for a formal production
Element: TAHSTTI.2c
Describes and/or documents through words, drawings, technical elements, the setting and environment of a plot
Element: TAHSTTI.2d
Uses available art materials, tools, and/or stock scenery to create and convey props and/or setting
Element: TAHSTTI.2e
Constructs or locates appropriate props to enhance a scene or production
 

 
TAHSTTI.3
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Costumes and Make-up)
Element: TAHSTTI.3a
Identifies the basic functions of costumes in theatrical production
Element: TAHSTTI.3b
Identifies the characteristics, safety considerations, application and removal techniques for different types of makeup and makeup materials
Element: TAHSTTI.3c
Demonstrates the safe and appropriate application of character makeup and simple prosthetics
Element: TAHSTTI.3d
Creates a graphic regarding historical, regional, and cultural styles of dress
Element: TAHSTTI.3e
Analyzes and safely applies basic principles and techniques of costume construction: cutting, dyeing, sewing, care, and maintenance of costumes
Element: TAHSTTI.3f
Uses available art materials, tools, and resources to convey the characters through costumes, accessories, and make-up designs for a scene or production
Element: TAHSTTI.3g
Designs and creates costume drawings and/or makeup charts
 

 
TAHSTTI.4
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Lighting and Sound)
Element: TAHSTTI.4a
Identifies basic lighting and sound technology, equipment, and safety practices
Element: TAHSTTI.4b
Describes, compares, and demonstrates the practical application of different light and sound equipment in theatre, film, television, and electronic media
 

 
TAHSTTI.5
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Stage Management)
Element: TAHSTTI.5a
Develops a schedule and organizational plan for selected areas of theatre operation
Element: TAHSTTI.5b
Applies the established concepts of stage management
Element: TAHSTTI.5c
Identifies the duties of the stage manager in the production process
Element: TAHSTTI.5d
Implements technical theatre etiquette in rehearsal and production settings
Element: TAHSTTI.5e
Assists the director in all areas of the production
Element: TAHSTTI.5f
Maintains effective communication and safety procedures with members of the cast and crew
 

 
TAHSTTI.6
Critiquing various aspects of theatre and other media using appropriate supporting evidence
Element: TAHSTTI.6a
Evaluates artistic choices in informal and formal productions, renderings, and models
Element: TAHSTTI.6b
Critiques and analyzes constructive criticism of projects, plans, or ideas
Element: TAHSTTI.6c
Evaluates the playing space and setting used for a variety of dramatic works, classroom scenes, and informal and formal productions
Element: TAHSTTI.6d
Analyzes the technical elements -lights, sound, set, costumes - of live and recorded performance
Element: TAHSTTI.6e
Appraises the artistic choices - director, actor, style - evident in a live or recorded performance
 

 
TAHSTTI.7
Engaging actively and appropriately as an audience member in theatre or other media experiences
Element: TAHSTTI.7a
Observes and demonstrates appropriate audience etiquette
Element: TAHSTTI.7b
Explores the contribution of the audience to the production process
 

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