9 - 12 Technical Theatre III Version: 2010-2011


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Theatre Arts

 
TAHSTTIII.1
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre
Element: TAHSTTIII.1a
Designs and creates programs, posters, and two or more of the following for a theatre, film, television, or electronic media production: tickets, flyers, print ads, print media, or public service announcements for television or radio
Element: TAHSTTIII.1b
Interprets a formal production, using costumes, props, and make-up to support the interpretation
Element: TAHSTTIII.1c
Analyzes safety practices and procedures relevant to technical theatre, including practices related to emotional and physical well-being
Element: TAHSTTIII.1d
Identifies and uses properties, costumes, scenery, lighting, and sound to define and support character, environment, mood, action, and theme and to alter space to create suitable environments for dramatic play and performance
Element: TAHSTTIII.1e
Demonstrates the use of observation from nature, society, or research as a means to enhance the script, performance, or design
 

 
TAHSTTIII.2
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Scenery and Properties)
Element: TAHSTTIII.2a
Creates a scale model of a three-dimensional form from design drawings
Element: TAHSTTIII.2b
Builds a scale model of a setting for a stage or film/video
Element: TAHSTTIII.2c
Designs and implements technical elements for theatre, film/video, and electronic media productions based on designs from a concept and in collaboration with a director
 

 
TAHSTTIII.3
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Costumes and Make-up)
Element: TAHSTTIII.3a
Designs and realizes at least one original costume rendering for a theatre production or classroom exercise
Element: TAHSTTIII.3b
Creates and realizes at least one make-up rendering for a theatre production or classroom exercise
 

 
TAHSTTIII.4
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Lighting and Sound)
Element: TAHSTTIII.4a
Creates and implements a functional light or sound plot for a formal production for stage, film, television, or electronic media
Element: TAHSTTIII.4b
Designs an original sound plot for a variety of dramatic works
 

 
TAHSTTIII.5
Designing and executing artistic and technical elements of theatre (Stage Management)
Element: TAHSTTIII.5a
Executes the duties and responsibilities of a crew head and/or crew member to stage a variety of dramatic works
Element: TAHSTTIII.5b
Explores principles of theatre management, administration, and the production process
 

 
TAHSTTIII.6
Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
Element: TAHSTTIII.6a
Researches and describes appropriate historical and contemporary production designs from a variety of dramatic works for formal and informal theatre, film, video, and electronic media productions
Element: TAHSTTIII.6b
Identifies and explains the historical and cultural influences on the visual and aural elements from a variety of works such as fairy tales, books, and plays
 

 
TAHSTTIII.7
Critiquing various aspects of theatre and other media using appropriate supporting evidence
Element: TAHSTTIII.7a
Reviews and analyzes live performances and makes informed responses by identifying the elements of production - directing, design, and acting
Element: TAHSTTIII.7b
Describes, analyzes, and evaluates artistic choice in scenic presentations
 

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