UNT Dept of Dance and Theatre
University of North Texas
Department of Dance and Theatre
Adjunct Positions for Spring 2018
Immediate openings for adjunct faculty to teach the following courses:
Theatre 1030.001/301 – Lighting and Sound I
Tues/Thur’s, 9:30-11:50 am
Introduction to basic terminology, equipment, personnel and procedures for lighting and sound production in performing arts. Topics include introductions to lighting equipment, basic electricity, optics, color in light, sound equipment, acoustics, sound recording and playback, music and sound effects and safety considerations. Lecture and discussion. Application of concepts through practical exercises and lab hours.

Theatre 3130/4130 – Lighting II (meets with) Lighting III
MWs, 2-4:50 pm
Thea 3130: Lighting II
Intermediate techniques for theatrical lighting, stage instrumentation and circuitry. Intensive practical experience in laboratory and production assignments.
 Thea 4130: Lighting III – Design
Advanced lighting design principles, light plots and design skills as they apply to the performing arts. Conceptualization and communication of design ideas through script analysis, light studies, storyboards and related projects. Introduction to computer-aided design. Laboratory and practicum activities.

Qualifications: MA or MFA in Theatre

Application: Please login to:
Complete application form, and then upload a letter indicating interest in/qualifications for the position, and a curriculum vita or resume.
Deadline: Screening will begin immediately, and continue until positions are filled. 
The University of North Texas is an AA/ADA/EOE and encourages applications from women and members of underrepresented groups, as it is committed to creating an ethnically and culturally diverse community. Disabled applicants who require a special announcement should contact the department.