The Proficiency Award in Theatre Arts: Lighting introduces students to the fundamentals of lighting. This program will prepare students seeking a career in theatre or film and/or television production in stage, studio or location lighting.
After successfully completing a Theatre Arts proficiency award, a student could be hired as a: stage manager, actor, playwright, costumer, stitcher, crew member in the film and/or television industry, production assistant, casting assistant or general theatre technician.
To earn a Proficiency Award in Theatre Arts: Lighting students must complete 12 specified units.
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Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- apply learned skills in design, technical production, stagecraft and/or hanging, focusing and programming lightning technologies.
- apply management and problem solving skills to produce a theatrical work in a studio or main stage venue.
- collaborate with peers and instructors in practical applications of skills on original or scripted works.
- demonstrate a working knowledge of tools and technologies integral to theatre production.