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Stage Crew Vocabulary
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The work of this person is central to the production of a play, They set the vision for the production for everyone involved.
Person who takes pictures of performance
Person who videotapes the performance
Would judge each dance to determine awards at the end of the show
This person provides the sound effects in the play, including music from existing sources. In addition, a composer may write original music for the show. All the music and/or effects in a play considered as a whole make up the "soundscape."
This person is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic vision and focus of a theatre company.
Person who read the script or introduces each scene or dance
Supervises the actors/actress/dancers to ensure they are doing a costume change in reasonable timing and correcting any wardrobe problems.
These managers typically provide practical and organizational support to the director, actors, designers, stage crew and technicians throughout the production process. They also are the director's representative during performances, making sure that the production runs smoothly
This work involves managing or assisting in promoting the productions, services and public image of the theatre company.
All the scenery, furniture and props the audience sees at a production of a play make up the set design. This person's job is to design these physical surroundings in which the action will take place.
Front of House Managers:
Responsible for the smooth operation of the front of the house during the run of the show.
Pass out programs and direct audience to correct seating and ensures the audience of the ground rules and procedures of the show.
These people know how to make the best use of the subtle and powerful medium of light, creating effects that can be changed at will to match the mood of the action.
These people create the look of each character by designing clothes and accessories the actors will wear in performance. Depending on their style and complexity, costumes may be made, bought, revamped out of existing stock or rented.
This person design and direct the dance or stylized movement in musical productions, working closely with the director and musical director.
This person is responsible for designing and securing all stage properties needed for each character in show.
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