1 "Introduction, Overview, Expectations" Availability Chapter 1

Decipher Pictures/Create Plot from them

Discussion of Reading/Field Trips

Chapter 2
1st steps

3 Little Red Riding Hood - Script Analysis

Present E.R.'s/Adjectives
4 Meet in the Theater

Focus Small Plot to Create Cues from
Chapter 3
Next Steps

Meet in the Theater

Create a ""Look"" from your Emotional Response to the Music

Betrayal Script
6 Betrayal Design Meeting
7 A Basic Rep Plot for KLT - Working within Limitations/ Plot for Haiku Chapter 4
8 "Mike Katz - Drafting/Drawings, Sections, CAD, Vectorworks"

Speakeasy Tech
Actor scenes
9 Guest Actors Present Scenes - Discussion/Cues/Perceptions/Interpretations
10 Meet in the Theater

Hang and Focus Haiku Plots
11 Meet in the Theater

Cues for Haiku - Found Objects - Composition
Chapter 5
12 Meet in the Theater

Cues for Haiku - Found Objects - Composition part 2
13 Betrayal design Meeting alternate

Designer Slide Show/Tour?
Book of Days Script
14 Meet in the Theater

Using ""Haiku Plot"" Cue Scenes with Actors - Timing/ Initiation/Contrast"
Chapter 6
Color & Style
15 Style and Color Connotations - Students Present Research

Dance Troupe Ensemble Design Meeting
Voice of the Prairie
16 Voice of the Prairie Discussion

Additional Student Presentations as Necessary
17 With Foundations Class - Discuss Book of Days Review Chapter 5
18 Presentations of Plots and Paperwork - Discussion of Assignment

Theatre Architecture
Chapter 9
19 Cues and Storyboards and Cue Synopsis Where, When, Why Chapter 7
20 Begin Work on Dance Troupe Ensemble Plot

Rental/Sale Items
Chapter 8
21 Continue Work on Plot Dance Troupe Ensemble

Confirm Rental
22 Finalize Plot and Paperwork
23 Begin Load in Hang Dance Troupe Ensemble - Attendance as Possible throughout Day
24 No Formal Class Meeting - Continue Hang and Focus
25 Continue Hang and Focus - Attendance as Possible Throughout Day
26, 27 If on Campus, Possible Work/Focus/Cueing
28 No Formal Class - Tech Continues

Cue Writing/Tech Rehearsal

Dress Rehearsal and Fixes

30 No Formal Class Notes and Fixes at Theatre

Dance Troupe Ensemble Opens!
31 Final Class - Post Mortem


1 Introduction
The Lighting Art 1-9
Properties of Stage Lighting

Illustrated Theatre Production Guide 55-60 Types of Instruments
2 First Steps in Lighting Design
Lighting & the Design Idea 36-44 Elements of Composition
Stage Lighting Handbook 66-75 Direction/Angles
Stage Lighting Handbook 94-99 First Steps in Light Design
3 Next Steps The Lighting Art 43-52 Other Design Elements
Designing with Light 181-205 Lighting Angles/Sections
The Lighting Art 214-217 Rough Plot
4 Thinking in Section Lighting and the Design Idea 165 Section
Stage Lighting Handbook 130-139 Thinking in Section
Practical Guide to Stage Lighting 8, 30-31
Constructing a Beam Section
5 Theatre Architecture andLD Illustrated Theatre Production Guide 1-5 Intro. to Theatre Types
Stage Lighting Handbook 168-171 Thrust Stages
The Lighting Art 181-195 Formulas, Genre, Architecture
Stage Lighting Handbook 105-106 Decisions at the Drafting Board
6 Color and Style Stage Lighting Handbook 84-93 Color
The Lighting Art 167-180 Style
7 Paperwork Practical Guide to Stage Lighting 53-69 Paperwork
8 Focusing
Practical Guide to Stage Lighting 149-151 Spiking the Deck
Practical Guide to Stage Lighting 173-193 Focusing
9 Cueing
Practical Guide to Stage Lighting
Electrics Math and Safety Designing with Light
30-40 Electrical Formulas and Safety