1 Course, 1 Unit, and 2 PLCs tagged "Design" for Drama Teachers.
by Matt Webster
Concept-Based Design is a method of design that allows the director and production team to create a unified world based on the ideas, perceptions and images extracted from an in-depth analysis of the play. Matt Webster designed this course for theatre teachers in a typical school setting with limited budgets, space and materials to use towards the design of their shows. Many theatre teachers feel most unsure about their design and tech skills and Matt wanted to help those teachers look at design differently, and make designing a show a little less scary and a little more fun!
by Matt Webster
In this unit, students will explore and experiment with the basic building blocks of design: Line, Shape, and Color. Once students have a solid foundation of those concepts, they will move on to stage properties and scenic flats as additional building blocks of design. They will then apply their knowledge and skills to a series of assignments, so they can demonstrate their design knowledge and creativity.
Hosted by Matt Webster and Karen Loftus
If you struggle with tech or want to share your ideas for teaching tech, this is the event for you.
Hosted by DTA Instructors Matt Webster and Karen Loftus.
Recorded July 23, 2015
Hosted by Matt Webster and Holly Beardsley
Technical Theatre Tips
Tips for set design, costuming, lighting, and more! Dealing with small budgets, overcoming obstacles, and making the most of what you have. BONUS material at the end of the PLC!
Hosted by DTA instructors Holly Beardsley, Matt Webster, and Lindsay Price.
Recorded on September 15, 2015 at 8pm.