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ENT 4499 Culmination Project Fall 2016

John McCullough, Jesse Ricke
Entertainment T...|ENT 4499|Fall 2016

This course serves as the senior thesis project. The student will utilize his/her skills in a new and innovative way to develop a project that relates to or has an impact on the entertainment industry. Projects […]

ENT2210 Advanced Scenery Construction FA2015

John McCullough
Entertainment T...|ENT2210|Fall 2015

This course aims to take a student from competency to proficiency in the scene shop. A successful student will be able to take a scenery project from the drawing to completion, either alone or leading a small […]

ENT 4410 Technical Direction Spring 2016

John McCullough
Entertainment T...|ENT4410|Spring 2016

An in depth analysis of the planning, budgeting and construction processes used in the production of scenery. Students will apply their knowledge of construction and drafting techniques and process to generate […]

Stage Rigging Spring 2016

John McCullough
Entertainment T...|ENT 3410|Spring 2016

The course is designed to familiarize the student with the basic principles of rigging, the equipment in general use, and the appropriate safety practices and procedures. By the end of the course the student […]

ENT4499-D286 Culmination F15

ENT4499-D286 Culmination F15

Professor Adrianne Wortzel
Entertainment T...|ENT4499|Fall 2015

The course is to serve as the senior thesis project. The student will either: 1) act in a principal supervisory role in a production as a designer or technical director; 2) propose, design and build a specialized […]

Advanced Scenery Construction Fall 2014

John McCullough
Entertainment T...|ENT 2210|Fall 2014

This course aims to take a student from competency to proficiency in the scene shop. A successful student will be able to take a scenery project from the drawing to completion, either alone or leading a small […]

Stage Rigging Spring 2015

John McCullough
Entertainment T...|ENT 3410|Spring 2015

The course is designed to familiarize the student with the basic principles of rigging, the equipment in general use, and the appropriate safety practices and procedures. By the end of the course the student […]