Robert E. Lee H.S.
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"When the curtain rises, it is the scenery that sets the key of the play. A stage setting is not a background; it is an environment. Players act in a setting, not against it. We say, in the audience, when we look at what the designer has made, before anyone on the stage has time to move or speak, 'Aha, I see! It's going to be like that! Aha!"
                                      -- Inigo Jones

NESA's "TECHIES" study and produce various artistic styles of scenery, gain experience in the fundamentals of designing for proscenium, thrust, arena and environmental theatre, and work as stage managers, lighting designers, set designers, costume designers, and other roles in technical theater. Elements of design and principles of composition are studied while producing working drawings, renderings, and models. Students have opportunities to tour local theaters and discuss technical requirements of productions. The Technical Theater program provides students with a wide range of experiences for portfolio and resume development.
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