Profile photo of Kelly Switzer

Kelly Switzer

Mass Media Communication and Theatre

Office Location: Performing Arts Center, 130

Phone: 903-886-5319


Professional Vita

THE 349: Theatrical Costuming

Course Description

An examination of the role of the costume designer. Course includes theory of costume design in relation to a unified stage production. A study of fabric, texture, line, mass, color, and periods of dress. Note: does not require the crewing of one production. 

Student Learning Outcomes      

Waiting for Godot, Pozzo

When you have completed this course, you will be able to:

1.Analyze a play script and conduct research regarding the characters, period, style, and mood.

2.Create costume design sketches and renderings that visually communicate information about the characters in a clear and concise manner.

3.Explain the connection between analysis, research, and concept using oral, written, and visual communication.

4.Express an appreciation of, and analyze, creative works and works of the human imagination.

5.Critique theatrical productions in regards to the work of the costume designer.

Disclaimer: This site may contain links to web sites not administered by A&M-Commerce or one of its divisions, departments, units or programs. A&M-Commerce is not responsible or liable for the accuracy or the content of the linked pages.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS!