With hands on demonstrations and real-world tips. AEA Stage Managers J. Jason Daunter and Tom Martin will have your students running shows like professionals in no time, from pre-show to closing night.
This program has been almost completely revamped! Professional audio engineer David Eisenhauer and Bob and Marti extensively rewrote and co-host the “nuts and bolts” sections on How An Audio System Works and How To Operate An Audio System, including ANALOG AND DIGITAL AUDIO CONSOLES. A new section on Sound Design is hosted by Robin Weatherall, an award winning sound designer, and a 17 year veteran of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Set Design In addition to freshening up the original program, new sections will include Using Projections, 3-D Set Design Rendering, an interview with a USA 829 Scenic Designer, including plans and footage of the finished set, Production Concept and the Design Process including Designing Period Sets. (Anticipated Roll-Out Date, Fall, 2017)
The 2nd Edition of Intro will have new sections on Theatre History (including staging conventions of different periods), Production Concept, Script Analysis, Theatrical Styles, and other new updated sections. This program is also appropriate for Acting and Survey classes. (Anticipated Roll-Out Date, Winter, 2018)
This program explores basic and advanced concepts of Lighting Design by investigating the process of designing and executing a complete light plot that incorporates many special effects. A new section on LEDs and Moving Fixtures combine with new section on using Projections. (Anticipated Roll-Out Date, Spring, 2018)