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Registration (Non Members) : $150.00
Registration (Members) : $125.00


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The Developing Actors Theatre Technician Summer Program will be a group of students who will act as the stage crew for the summer productions of “Spongebob The Musical: Youth Edition” and “Go Fish”. The stage crew of the summer productions will meet once a week during the month of June. Students will meet with the Auditorium Director of Lincoln Way School District, Patrick Spreadbury, to  learn the basics of the creative and technical departments and learn what happens “behind the scenes” of any theatre production. As well as help build set pieces, collect props for the Developing Actors summer program. During the tech week, students will meet with the Stage Manager of the shows and act as the shows crew. Ages: 6th Grade- Freshman Length: June 5th- June 24th The last Tuesday of Mary and Every Tuesday in the month of June. Everyday June 18th- 24th- Tech Week they will meet daily and be the stage crew for both developing actors' productions. Participants must participate in one set construction and prop development day. Either June 9th or June 16th. Price: $150 per student (Non Member) $125 per student (Member) Location: Classes will be held at on of the Lincoln Way Community High Schools (TBD) and the construction and prop building days will be held at our Joseph P. Spencer Studio in Manhattan, Illinois. Overall Goals and Objectives of Program: Students will develop production skills and be able to meet the following objectives: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the Theatre world and the roles within the theatre world Students will demonstrate their understanding of stage management by performing specific stage management  duties. Students will demonstrate their understanding of technical theatre in the areas of: Lighting, Sound, Props, Publicity, Costumes. Students will demonstrate their understanding of stage equipment and other related technical theatre terminology Students will demonstrate an understanding of the elements of technical theatre design

Joseph P. Spencer Studio for the Arts