Useful Theatre Links
Explore Costume Technology course offerings and browse a gallery of costumes created by SCCC's resident Costume Designer Andrew Wittkamper.
Lighting Design and Technology
Explore the Lighting Design and Technology course offerings and explore useful and interesting information about theatre lighting and design presented by SCCC's resident Lighting Designer Jason Kankel.
Scenic Design and Technology
Explore the Scenic Design Technology course offerings and explore useful and interesting information about theatre productions presented by SCCC's Instructor of Technical Theatre Stephen Green.
Explore the Soundcraft course offerings and explore useful and interesting information about theatre sound design and operations presented by SCCC's Instructor of Technical Theatre Stephen Green.
Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
The Kennedy Center American College Theater (KCACTF) is a national theater program involving 18,000 students from colleges and universities nationwide. The KCACTF has served as a catalyst for improving the quality of college theater in the United States.
Kennedy Center American College Theater Regional Festivals
The KCACTF Regional Festivals is a gathering of people to see one another's work and to share ideas. In addition to performances, there are a wide range of activities that in the past have included workshops and seminars on such topics as playwriting, auditioning, voice, movement, stage combat, theater for children, scene painting, scenery construction. During January and February, a total of eight regional festivals are held throughout the country.
Kennedy Center American College Theater Region I Information
Region I of the KCACTF involves institutions from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Eastern New York. Each year the KCACTF Region I Festival brings students and faculty together at the end of January to see some of the area's strongest productions, and to participate in workshops concerning a variety of areas in theatrical performance, design and production, and to celebrate theater in general.
Links by Craft
One of the largest, and most eclectic, costume sites that offers a wide variety of information and resources concerning costume technology.
Costume Society of America
The Costume Society of America advances the global understanding of all aspects of dress and appearance. This professional organization works to stimulate scholarship and encourage study in the rich and diverse field of costume.
Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
One of the premier play-licensing agencies in the English-speaking theatre. The Dramatists Play Service, Inc. was created to foster opportunity and provide support for playwrights by publishing acting editions of their plays and handling the nonprofessional and professional leasing rights to these works.
United States Institute for Theatre Technology
United States Institute for Theatre Technology, Inc. (USITT) connects the performing arts, design and technology communities to ensure a vibrant dialog among practitioners, educators, and students.
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