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This course provides an introduction to the elements of technical theater as practiced in production. Students will focus primarily on one element of the creative design or technical process and how it is integrated with the other collaborative elements into production. Beginning the process with pre-production research and evolution of design, through the execution and final performance, students will fully participate in the mounting of a Theater Program production. This involvement includes significant responsibility and may include assuming a significant production role as stage manager, master electrician, carpenter, props, etc. In addition to class hours, students are expected to log an additional 30 plus hours on the production.