stage manager

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someone who supervises the physical aspects in the production of a show and who is in charge of the stage when the show is being performed


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You would usually work in a small team, made up of assistant and deputy stage managers and typical duties might include: organising rehearsal, giving cues for performers to appear on stage, keeping the 'prompt copy' of the script, which has details on performers' positions, script changes, proper, lighting and sound, working with other departments to organise wardrobe, set design, scene changes and sound and light, liaising with theatre managers and other members of staff, cueing the technical crew for sound and lighting and managing set dressing, prop organisation and budget.
As a stage manager I cared for actors but I wanted to WORK with women who I felt really required some encouragement.
About pounds 500 in cash and other items were stolen from Church Hill Theatre on Morningside Road as stage managers prepared for the dress rehearsal of the Edinburgh People's Theatre Christmas panto.
Many times at the end of the night I will find out there was a potential problem during the telecast, but since I wasn't aware of it, it was never an issue," said Fox, the Kings' analyst for the past 19 seasons, on the importance of the stage manager.
Martin also has Northumberland Plate hero Arc Bleu, Top The Charts and Stage Manager engaged at this stage but he is only likely to run three of the four.
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She worked as assistant stage manager for Eugene Opera's production last season of "The Magic Flute.
THE Tony Martin-trained Stage Manager bolted up in a Killarney handicap hurdle on Saturday and went off at extremely prohibitive odds to follow up in a similar contest here under the mandatory penalty.
Author Peg Guilfoyle was Guthrie's stage manager and production manager for almost ten years, and she has had access to the Guthrie archives through research and collaboration with Sheila Livingston, executive editor of the Guthrie.
While not an actor ( either then or since ( Bernays had been bitten by the theatre bug early in life from being stage manager at his school theatre and ended up as president of the university's theatre society.
This night--which was planned weeks in advance to be an "anti-Valentine's Day" QTN office party--had become, in the words of Raf Orozco, the former stage manager at QTN and owner of the Scene, a tongue-in-cheek "resume party.
First, she advertises for a roomer, bringing Wanda, a young woman working as a stage manager, in to share her home.
The stage manager is the director's first eye," she explains.
Frail Bridget Monaghan, 80, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, had become poorly and stage manager Gibson caught the first flight north.