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Thr 212 Theatre Practicum II: Costume Shop

THEATRE 212 (13200)
Costume Shop Open Hours: Monday through Friday: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Kathleen Donnelly
Office:  ACW 220
Office Phone: 424-7127
Costume Shop Phone:  424-0286



The course is designed to provide the student majoring in Theatre the practical experience of constructing costumes and accessories for realized productions.



The student is required to work a minimum of 40 hours in the costume shop during the semester, and assist the Costume Designer/Costume Shop Supervisor in the construction of costumes for the department productions.  Schedule of hours will be arranged with the instructor at the beginning of the semester. In general, you are expected to spend 3 hours per week preferably at the same time each week.

The student will be instructed on the safe use of equipment, tools and materials and proper techniques to be used in the completion of assignments.   The specific assignments will relate to the design and technical requirements of the costumes for the productions.  In addition, the student may also be required to: construct hats, accessories or dye fabric, depending on the needs of the productions.


Safety Regulations:

Appropriate attire is necessary when reporting to work in the costume shop.  The Safety Rules and Regulations attached specify the correct work attire needed.  If you are not properly attired for a work call, you will not be allowed to work in the shop until the attire meets with the safety guidelines. These regulations are necessary to insure your safety and the safety of others.



Two unexcused absences will result in your suspension from the class.  If you unable to be in attendance for a previously arranged work call, you must call your supervisor in advance, and arrange to make up the time.



1. 40 hours is the minimum passing requirement in this class

2.  Grade will take into account punctuality and adherence to work calls.

3.  Attitude and Initiative can and will make a difference in your grade.

by Alderson, James M last modified Jan 22, 2015 10:23 AM