Theatre and Drama 162:

Theatre Production Laboratory

with Andy Palmer
About this Course

Our course, Theatre Production Laboratory, gives students an opportunity to participate in actual, upcoming University Theatre performances. It is structured so that students understand the roles of the technicians who work backstage and participate in helping create a University Theatre production. This year’s production will be, “Almost, Maine.” We will work on production pieces including:

  • Lights or sound console operators
  • Wardrobe
  • Properties
  • Carpentry
  • And other areas!

Technical rehearsal and performance attendance is mandatory. We hope you’ll join us!

Theatre and Drama 162: Theatre Production Laboratory Times



Theatre and Drama 162: Theatre Production Laboratory Dates
June 5 –
July 2
Theatre and Drama 162: Theatre Production Laboratory Credits
Theatre and Drama 162: Theatre Production Laboratory Questions


Meet Your Professor

Andy Palmer

Andy Palmer

Professor, Production Coordinator

Andy spent thirteen years working as an Assistant or Associate Production Manager alongside many talented artists at various theatres on the East Coast, including The Hartford Stage, The Clarence Brown Theatre, and The Studio Theatre in Washington, DC. During this time he was a part of more than eighty productions including two world premier musicals, Anastasia and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (2014 Tony Award Winner, Best New Musical), the Pulitzer Prize winning premier of Water by the Spoonful, and too many productions of A Christmas Carol to count. Prior to that he spent time working and being an intern at City Theatre Company – Pittsburgh and The Berkshire Theatre Group.

Andy holds a B.F.A in Production Technology and Management as well as a Masters in Arts Management both from Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, PA.  (source)

Look for THEATRE 162 in your

course guide or student center.