The Production & Design Conservatory provides a hands-on, active learning environment where students are exposed to all disciplines of technical theatre through a variety of course pathways, including reading and interpreting a script, scenic design and construction, stage management, audio, lighting, drafting, costumes and makeup, digital media, and props. Students learn how to research, design, engineer, build, and install design elements in each of the conservatory's major disciplines. Production & Design students also learn to use the tools and equipment that are standard within the production entertainment industry, including shop hand and power tools, sewing machines, audio consoles, microphones, lighting consoles, lighting instruments, and theatrical rigging systems. The conservatory’s unique educational opportunities allow Production & Design students to discover new and untapped talents and passions. Seniors have agency in their education through a senior electives program, featuring class options such as Scenic Painting 2, Intelligent Lighting & Programming, Wigs & Prosthetics, Sound Design, Metal & Advanced Woodworking, Production Management, Fashion History, and Projection Design.