Research Projects for TH 106 Spring 2011-1

Research Projects for TH 106 Spring 2011-1 - RESEARCH...

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RESEARCH PROJECTS The goal of this exercise is to familiarize you with the problem solving, cost projection and resources available in technical theatre production. Cost projection is essential and problem solving is usually a fun exercise. We spend a good percentage of our time doing this in our field. Although the challenges usually require a collaborative effort in both in the development of solutions and their implementation, the research and proposal aspects often fall to one person. Our four projects represent these areas: (1) costing out a lighting element from “Zodiaque”, “Side Man” or “A Little Night Music”, (2) examining a trade magazine resource, (3) embracing the realization that we don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time we need a solution to a technical theatre challenge and (4) chasing down some acronyms from our field. All four must be completed but are not meant to be comprehensive, merely a sampling of the types of challenges those in our business deal with on a daily basis, accepting as a premise that those involved are also most likely working on multiple shows simultaneously.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course TH 106 taught by Professor Tomburke during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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