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Unformatted text preview: Dylan Wegmann Group 2 Chapter 5 Study Guide 1. Aside from actors, directors, and designers, some positions that come to my mind when thinking about a stage production would be the person in charge of lighting and audio. 2. a. Producers are the people who provide for the production financially and pay for whatever the play may need. b. Artistic directors are in charge of the overall artistic vision of the play and the goal of the ensemble. They usually decide which plays to produce, who will direct them, and who will design them. c. Stage managers are assistants to the directors. They run the show during the performance and they help the director during auditions and rehearsal. d. Literary managers are the liaison between playwrights, agents, and the theatre. They read and evaluate new scripts. e. Technical directors are in charge of all the technical aspects of a production. They supervise all of the “Tech Crew”, which includes painters, carpenters, electricians, stitchers, wigmakers, and...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course THTR 1020 taught by Professor Bray during the Spring '07 term at LSU.
- Spring '07