ME288 / TAPS130: User Centric Theatrical Experiences


Posted on December 17th, by Mona in Classes. No Comments

User Centric Theatrical Experiences
ME 288 / TAPS 130  Winter Quarter 2012-13

Through a series of lectures and prototypes, this class tackled the challenge of reinventing the live theatrical experience for the 20- to 35-year old demographic.  For each of the three class prototypes, students worked in teams of 4-6 on various aspects of each design problem.  They were assigned groups for the first two prototypes and allowed to form their own groups for the third.  The prototypes that emerged were: That Comedy Show, Escape from Valentine’s Day, and The Alpha Society.  Read more about the prototypes and findings in the Prototypes section.

ReDesigning Theater teaching team

Bill Burnett:  Executive Director: Design Program

Michael Sturtz:  Director: ReDesigning Theater, Lecturer: ME Design

Dan Klein:  Lecturer: TAPS and the GSB, Improvisational Leadership

Carr Wilkerson: System Administrator at CCRMA

TA: Andrew Evans 





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