In the Academy Explorations course, Theatre Operations: Anatomy of a Dillingham Hall Event, students are exploring the inner workings of Dillingham Hall, including its architecture and history, and learning how such productions as “Radium Girls,” the Punahou Variety Show and the Spring Triennial Dance Program come together. Students are delving into stagecraft, construction, scenic painting, electrical lighting, costuming, video and editing.
The course offers students unique opportunities that they wouldn’t have experienced otherwise, said Trish Kawamoto ’98 Caley, director of Academy special terms. Students even had the opportunity to build pieces of the set on the state-of-the-art equipment in the Richardson Learning Lab, as well as Dillingham’s own shop.
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