From Paper to Stage III: The Costumer's Quest (10-14)
This is the third course in the From Paper to Stage series. In this class, students will learn the difference between a costume designer and a costumer while analyzing costume pieces, learning about fashion staples and fashion history.
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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In this continuation of the From Paper to Stage series of courses, students will continue to learn about theatrical costuming departments and how their favourite costumes from Broadway to their local theatre are put together to bring characters to life! A costumer has a very specific role and task in the world of theatre. Whereas a costume designer creates a new costume design from scratch, a costumer must put together costumes from existing pieces. But how do they do this? How do they...
Students will develop their understand of the following: -The role of the costumer -The differences between a costume designer and a costumer -Fashion staples throughout history -Period clothing (Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Georgian, Regency, Victorian, 1900s-1940s) -Fashion trends -Costume visions and how to use them -Vocabulary relevant to costuming and fashion
I've been studying drama for 15 years, including completing a Bachelor of Arts, Majoring in Theatre Studies from York University in Toronto, Canada. I've been teaching drama and working with drama students for 5+ years. I've also built sets and performed in several productions including Into the Woods, a Midsummer Night's Dream and several original devised theatre productions. I've also worked as a dramaturg helping playwrights develop their scripts for stage and podcast productions.
Students will be assigned individual and group tasks to complete in class, however, they may need extra time to work on them at home. The amount of time each student will spend on the tasks will vary dependent on their own schedule.
2 files available upon enrollmentLearners will be supplied with handouts as needed before each class. Students will not need additional materials for our activities. They are encouraged to bring something to take notes if they wish.
Students will be assess through in-class discussions and explanations of their completed assignments.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
B.A. Theatre Studies, History and Intermediate/Senior Education, Fully Licensed Ontario Teacher, Writer and Gamer
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
146 total reviews
270 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. O and I'm very excited to meet you. I am an Ontario Certified Teacher from Canada. I teach a wide range of courses including Dramatic Arts, Creative Writing, History, Social Studies and Gaming courses among others. I'm also...