9 - 12 Technical Theatre IV Version: 2010-2011

Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Theatre Arts

Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre
Element: TAHSTTIV.1a
Applies solutions to technical theatre problem
Element: TAHSTTIV.1b
Develops and maintains a portfolio of best works that illuminate and reflect growth, knowledge, and skills as a theatrical technician and designer
Element: TAHSTTIV.1c
Compares and contrasts how nature, social life, and visual art practices and products influence and affect design choices for theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions in the past and the present
Element: TAHSTTIV.1d
Applies the components, functions, and operations of technical theatre elements, including lighting, scenery, costuming, make-up, properties, and sound

Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Scenery and Properties)
Element: TAHSTTIV.2a
Builds scenery and properties from original ground plans and set designs for a production
Element: TAHSTTIV.2b
Serves as technical director, shop supervisor, or in other leadership roles on the technical elements of a production

Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Costumes and Make-up)
Element: TAHSTTIV.3a
Implements costume and make-up designs for a dramatic work in a formal setting
Element: TAHSTTIV.3b
Designs and creates a garment pattern

Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Lighting and Sound)
Element: TAHSTTIV.4a
Designs an original lighting or sound plot for a variety of dramatic works
Element: TAHSTTIV.4b
Implements lighting designs for a dramatic work in a formal theatre setting
Element: TAHSTTIV.4c
Implements sound designs for a dramatic work in a formal setting

Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Stage Management)
Element: TAHSTTIV.5a
Creates production and rehearsal schedules, contact sheets, and cue sheets
Element: TAHSTTIV.5b
Serves as a stage manager or assistant stage manager for a production

Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
Element: TAHSTTIV.6a
Analyzes a variety of dramatic works for color, style, line, texture, and technical requirements influences by history and culture
Element: TAHSTTIV.6b
Researches, justifies, and illustrates historical, cultural, and symbolic image and sound choices to interpret a variety of dramatic works for productions

Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
Element: TAHSTTIV.7a
Analyzes the effects of technical theatre and media on the morals and politics of current and past cultures
Element: TAHSTTIV.7b
Creates and articulates the reasoning behind design concepts that reflect the influence of social, political, and economic standards

Critiquing various aspects of theatre and other media using appropriate supporting evidence
Element: TAHSTTIV.8a
Attends and critiques theatrical productions outside of the school environment
Element: TAHSTTIV.8b
Evaluates the collaboration process with directors to develop concepts that convey the metaphorical nature of the drama for theatre, film/video, and electronic media
Element: TAHSTTIV.8c
Evaluates their own and their peers' portfolios of best works that illuminate and reflect growth, knowledge, and skills as a theatrical technician/designer
Element: TAHSTTIV.8d
Evaluates the environment, setting, lights, sound, costumes, and props in a variety of performed dramatic works to determine the mood and meaning of the story
Element: TAHSTTIV.8e
Evaluates peer's efficiency and effectiveness of safety issues, execution of duties, and responsibilities on a technical crew
Element: TAHSTTIV.8f
Reviews and analyzes live performances and makes informed responses by identifying the elements of production - directing, designing, and acting

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