person in charge of the artistic production of a play.
the registration of ownership of a literary or musical work.
a fee required to produce a play or musical.
try outs for acting.
additional opportunities for the actor to audition.
a person who learns a part in order to substitute in a performance should the original actor not be able to appear in the show.
rehearsals for the purpose of reading and analyzing the script as well as discussing and understanding characterization.
rehearsals for planning stage movement.
rehearsals conducted when all actors are off book and blocking is established.
rehearsals emphasizing the performance of a production's technical elements.
a rehearsal conducted as if it were an actual performance.
take apart the set, remove it from stage and store all parts of the production for future use unless rented.