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54-376 Rigging Seminar

Prerequisites:54-163 and 54-164
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This course is a survey of the techniques and practices of theatrical rigging. The course has two main components: permanently installed rigging systems typically found in theatres, and background and technical information concerning the components typically used for stage rigging. Discussion topics include selection criteria for line, hardware, and terminations stressing entertainment industry standards, workplace safety and common industry misconceptions. Time permitting the course will shift from a general discussion of components to their assembly into custom rigging systems & solutions. Pre-requisites/Co-requesites:Introduction To Production or instructors permission

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 10:30 - 11:50 am M Boevers PCA 305 Add course to my schedule
W Boevers PCA 305

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