Stage Management Certificate
PROGRAM CODE: 2C18749A
The Stage Management Certificate is designed to prepare the student for occupational competency as a Stage Manager in educational, community and resident theatre venues as well as theme park, television and motion picture studios. This certificate program requires a total of 37 units of which 31 units are in required courses. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
|Required Courses (21 units):|
|ART 110 F||3|
|THEA 100 F||Introduction to the Theatre||3|
|THEA 141 F||Introduction to Technical Theatre||4|
|THEA 160 F||Introduction to Sound Technology 1||3|
|THEA 170 F||Beginning Theatrical Lighting (formerly THEA 144 F) 1||3|
|THEA 265 F||Theatre Management||2|
|THEA 266 F||Stage Management||3|
|(Note: THEA 170 F and THEA 160 F require concurrent enrollment in THEA 153 F or THEA 159 F or THEA 249 F or THEA 250 F. )|
|Required Stage Crew Activity courses: (2 units)|
|THEA 153 F||Introduction to Stage Crew Activity (formerly THEA 149 F)||0.5|
|THEA 159 F||Beg Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|THEA 249 F||Intermediate Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|THEA 250 F||Advanced Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|Student are required to fulfill stage management positions for required production courses: (select a minimum of 8 units)||8|
|Beginning Theatre Practicum (formerly THEA 133 F)||2|
|Intermediate Theatre Practicum||2|
|Beginning Musical Theatre Production||3|
|Intermediate Musical Theatre Production||3|
|Restricted Electives - Select from the following (6 units):||6|
|Principles of Management||3|
|Introduction to Information Systems||4|
|Introduction to Opera||3|
|Introduction to Theatre Appreciation||3|
|Introduction to Summer Theatre Workshop||3|
|Beginning Summer Theatre Workshop||3|
|Beginning Playwright's Practicum||1-2|
|Intermediate Playwright's Practicum||1-2|
|Beginning Director's Practicum||1-2|
|Intermediate Director's Practicum||1-2|
Note: THEA 170 F and THEA 160 F require concurrent enrollment in THEA 153 F or THEA 159 F or THEA 249 F or THEA 250 F.
Outcome 1: Design, construct, and maintain a prompt book to be utilized in a realized theatrical event.
Outcome 2: Analyze and evaluate the production requirements of a theatrical event for the purpose of creating requirement sheets, schedules, budgets, and predicting event challenges.
Outcome 3: Compose and maintain various production paperwork to communicate the preparation, maintenance, and striking of a live production.
Outcome 4: Evaluate and compare the job titles and descriptions of theatrical production personnel for the purpose of creating effective production organization.
Outcome 5: Contrast and identify the various theatrical unions and how they relate to a theatrical production for the purpose of management and schedule requirements of professional theatre.