A1: Re-build the booth
In this assignment, I disassembled the booth, removing and unhooking all the sound and light boards, and as a team, set the tech crew the task of hooking everything all back up and testing both lights and sound to see if they were put together correctly. This was a group effort and will be marked as such. This was a great introduction to the gear, by having everyone touch and consider the way the system is set up.
A2: Mics, Measure, and Estimate
This assignment tackles getting to know the theatre by measuring it, considering costs of painting it, and drawing out the light grid. This is to give students a set of criteria to use in other projects, as well as be given individualized tasks that need these facts to draw on.
A3: Building a Soundscape
Students are building a 'sound illusion' that we will listen to in the dark. This is a showpiece that focuses on the power of sound in theatre.
A4: Build a Maquette of the Theatre
Using measurements from assignment 2, students will build a scape model of the theatre, so that they can work on set design
B1: Lighting: Planning the Scenes
In this assignment, you are going to take a scene that I've provided and just put your spin on the lighting and give reasons why you chose to light it that way.
B2: Filming in the Theatre: Film a Scene
In this assignment, you will be filming a scene on the deck and deciding how best to capture this moment on film with the best sound, while not have it look like you are trying to shoot a movie.
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C1: Flats and Projection
In this assignment, students are expected to take a piece of tenplast and create a set piece, by painting and dressing this piece. They can use some additional pieces, such as a chair to finish it off and project an image in the background to compliment the scene.
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