Theatre Stage Management Workshop - Class Re-offered
A skilled Stage Manager is the one person in the production team who “keeps it all together.” As a conduit for information, the stage manager is responsible for ensuring that all members of the theatre company are provided with the information that they need to get the show ready for the stage. As an administrator, the stage manager assists the director, organizes rehearsals, sets schedules and takes notes. As an artist, the stage manager calls the cues that keep the show running smoothly and as intended by the director. Overall, the Stage Manager is a communicator, decision maker and key member of any stage production.
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