Nov 23, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PRF-2805 Capstone


Credits 3
PRF 2805 provides students studying Theatre Performance, Theatre Design, Entertainment Technology, or Dance the opportunity to successfully converge their level of competency into a collaborative performance through a cornerstone role in a Performing Art or Entertainment Technology Event. Exploration in applying established professional canon are undertaken. This course should be taken in the student’s final semester. This course consists of a lecture component (2 hours each week) and a laboratory session (2 hours each week). Students enrolled in this course are required to attend the live theatre performance(s) listed in the syllabus outside of scheduled class time. This experience is vital to understanding and learning about the performing arts and is tied directly to significant assignments in this class. Students enrolled in this course will be required to participate in a culminating performance to demonstrate proficiency in the course outcomes. Therefore, students will be required to attend production hours outside of scheduled class time during the final exam period to attend a technical rehearsal, final dress rehearsal, and performance. The specific requirements and details regarding the live theatre performance(s) and culminating performance are outlinedin the syllabus. Students should pay special attention to these requirements
Prerequisite(s): Either PRF-1301 , 1401, PRF-1501 , PRF-1020  or PRF-1021 , or PRF-1001   or PRF-1002   completed with grade of C or higher, or concurrent enrollment in PRF 1301, PRF 1401, PRF 1501, PRF 1020 or 1021, or PRF 1001 or 1002, or with permission of the Department of Humanities.
Capstone Course(s): Capstone
Course Outcomes
  1. Explain the hierarchical organization of a Performing Arts and Entertainment Technology event.
  2. Demonstrate the techniques required for the student to execute a position within a Performing Arts and Entertainment Technology event.
  3. Evaluate the students’ performance within a Performing Arts and Entertainment Technology event.
  4. Perform a position within a Performing Arts and Entertainment Technology Event.
  5. Describe a proactive application of Performing Arts or Entertainment Technology regarding a positive social change.




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