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54-163 Introduction to Production

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The producing of modern theatrical productions involves the participation of professionals in a wide range of disciplines. Introduction to Production provides students with insights and first hand experience participating in the physical production of theatre. The skills learned here provide an invaluable foundation and context for future production work and are, of course, useful in their own right. Includes participation in School of Drama productions on shop, install, and run crews.

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No sections available for semester Spring 2005.

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