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Drama 160 notes - September 13th 2011 Types of places...

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September 13 th , 2011 Types of places Theatre people can work: Theatre (Circus) – Generally Nonprofit Film TV Concert Church - Nonprofit Sports Trade Shows Public Address Conventions Amusement Parks (Themed Entertainment) Cruise Ships Equipment Sales/Rental Consultant Nonprofit Theatre - Theatre for a greater good, education Profit Theatre - Investors are out for a profitable return post production Producer backed by investors or investors bringing in producers into one central location Professional - can be profit or nonprofit More People o Permanent positions : Administrative people and production people o Independent contractors: artistic people – designers, directors, actors Less volunteers Community - typically nonprofit Less People Admin o Production (TD)- usually runs the community theatre o Local people: designers, directors, actors More volunteers, sometimes 100% volunteers Educational - typically nonprofit Can be a lot of people, depends on what aspect is being considered Designers, directors, and actors come from the faculty and students Producer (Finds Investors) Independent Contractors: Designer o Costume Shop o Scene Shop o Lighting Rental o Sound Rental
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Director Producer/Artistic Director Production Manager – deal with schedule (time/calendar), budget, personnel, they oversee the production o Director – concerned with their show Scenic Design Technical Director – brings what the scenic director has in mind to life Costume Design Cutter/Draper – brings costume design into reality Lighting Design Master Electrician – helps create the lighting designer’s vision Sound Design Engineer o Stage Manager- deals with what happens during the show or during the rehearsal, records what happens, sends out a report after each rehearsal, set up the rehearsal room, tape out the floor, takes over directors position after show is in production
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course DRAM 116 taught by Professor Strong during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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