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Current Student Online Resources

 

Stage Management Manual

Stage Management Manual (pdf)

This manual was the culminating project for an independent study course. It is provided here as a starting point for beginning stage managers. Be aware that some of the information does not pertain to our new facility.

 

Production Positions

"In order to be considered for a position as a student designer or stage manager, the candidate should submit a minimum of a letter of interest and a copy of their relevant theatrical resume to all of the faculty members in the Theatre Arts program. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received. Electronic submissions are permitted. If the candidate’s application is deemed acceptable they will then be scheduled for an interview. Designers are expected to attend their interviews with professional portfolios to showcase their past work. Verbal discussions are not considered binding agreements, and interested parties will still need to complete the submission process in order to be considered for a design position. The submission process is ongoing and applicants may apply as early as they would like for upcoming shows, provided that those shows have been officially scheduled on the department calendar. Applications will no longer be considered for a production once auditions have been held and tech sign-ups completed. Application materials will need to be submitted anew for each show and each position. Your application and interview are not a guarantee that you will be hired. Questions about this process should be addressed to the Program Coordinator."

General Contract (pdf) - This contract is the foundation to ALL production positions. Everyone should read this contract.

 

EXECUTIVE:

Producer (pdf)

Director (pdf)

 

PERFORMANCE:

Actor (pdf)

 

STAGE MANAGEMENT:

Stage Manager (pdf)

Assistant Stage Manager (pdf)

 

DESIGN:

Scenic Designer (pdf)

Assistant Scenic Designer (pdf)

Lighting Designer (pdf)

Assistant Lighting Designer (pdf)

Costume Designer (pdf)

Assistant Costume Designer (pdf)

Sound Designer (pdf)

Assistant Sound Designer (pdf)

Projections Designer (pdf)

 

TECHNICAL:

Technical Director (pdf)

Assistant Technical Director (pdf)

Master Carpenter (pdf)

Carpenter (pdf)

Scenic Charge (pdf)

Scenic Painter (pdf)

Master Electrician (pdf)

Electrician (pdf)

Light Board Operator (pdf)

Spotlight Operator (pdf)

Costume Shop Supervisor (pdf)

Costume Stitcher (pdf)

Wardrobe Supervisor (pdf)

Wardrobe Crew (pdf)

Sound Engineer (pdf)

Sound Board Operator (pdf)

Sound Crew (pdf)

Properties Manager (pdf)

Assistant Properties Manager (pdf)

Properties Crew (pdf)

Properties Run Crew (pdf)

(General Tech) Run Crew (pdf)

 

BOX OFFICE/ PUBLICITY/ FRONT OF HOUSE:

Box Office Staff (pdf)

Publicity (pdf)

House Manager (pdf)

 

If your in a crew position, you need to understand your immediate superiors duties. You will be assisting that person in fulfilling the requirements of their position.