Collaboration

Students collaborate with each other on the production process and decide the approach for each original play script. The “director” and each collaborator for each play will post a 250-word essay detailing their production concept and artistic approach. All collaborators must work together to create a unified “whole” for the production of each script. The creative team must work together to stage their “fantasy” version of their fellow’s original script.Besides a director, a  team could consist of:Set DesignerCostume DesignerLight DesignerSound DesignerProperties DesignerTechnical DirectorEach essay should discuss what the collaborative process was like and describe what creative choices you would bring to the production.Discussion Board Topic: The goal of theatre is transformation. Discuss how this process can occur.Discussion for Exercise 13: CollaborationRequirementsRubric Exercise 13 (1)Rubric Exercise 13 (1)Criteria Ratings PtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCollaboration on staging.Students collaborate with each other on the production process and decide the approach for each original play script and work together to create a unified “whole” for the production. The student describes their individual artistic contribution to staging the play through their particular job and posts a minimum length, 250-word essay to the Discussion Board for the exercise. BE SURE TO DISCUSS WHAT THE COLLABORATIVE PROCESS WAS LIKE FOR YOU!IMOPRTANT —- 7 pts Exceeds expectations.The student thoughtfully evaluates the responsibilities of the artist/artisan on the production team and constructs a plan of action within their particular production discipline to mount the scene on stage. Appropriate grammar and composition are observed. BE SURE TO DISCUSS WHAT THE COLLABORATIVE PROCESS WAS LIKE FOR YOU! —— IMOPRTANT6 ptsMeets or exceeds expectationsThe student thoughtfully evaluates the responsibilities of the artist/artisan on the production team and constructs a plan of action within their particular production discipline to mount the scene on stage. There are minor issues with grammar and composition.5 ptsMeets expectationsThe student displays an understanding of the discipline’s responsibilities and has a plan of action but lacks detail or creative problem-solving. There may be some issues with grammar and composition.4 ptsDoes not meet expectationsThe student does not understand the requirements of the specific discipline. There are issues with grammar and composition.3 ptsNo MarksThe student’s essay is too short and does not adequately describe the discipline or forward a practical solution to the challenge of production. There are issues with grammar and composition.7 ptsTotal Points: 7