Please browse the FAQs below for more information about what learning will look like in Performance Production this fall.

Don’t see the answer to your question? Contact Performance Production or the Provost’s Office for more information.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the plan for productions in Spring 2021?

Performance Production is collaborating with the Theater department on 2 productions for Spring, 2021. Much Ado About Nothing will be a fully audio recorded event, think podcast episodes, with no visual elements at all. The majority of students will be working on our musical The Drowsy Chaperone, which will consist of a combination of home-recording by the performers alongside filmed moments on a set that we will design/build/load in and tech in the Playhouse.  Our goals are for scenic, costume, lighting, and stage management students to have a hands-on experience that somewhat looks like a pre-COVID experience. All elements of the Comprehensive Plan will be followed for 100% priority on safety. We have also learned a lot after the Fall, 2020 production experiences we had, and will support students by engaging professional guests to assist with some editing in sound and video.

Will our classes all be online again?

The plan is for Cornish to continue with our Comprehensive Plan as our safe approach to campus activity, so the approach to class meeting mode is the same as it was for Fall, 2020.
Please check the schedule of classes, how your class will meet is listed there.

Please refer to the College FAQ for more information! And as always, reach out to your faculty or Geeg with specific questions.