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Intro to Theatre Roles in Theatre Review

Intro to Theatre Roles in Theatre Review - Theatre Role...

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Theatre Role Review Types of Theatre o Commercial vs. Non-profit o Presenting Houses vs. Producing Houses Unions THEATRE PERSONNEL Artistic Technical Administrative Operations Artistic Director Music Director Choreographer Casting Director Scenic Designer Lighting Designer Costume Designer Sound Designer Actors Musicians Stage Manager Dramaturg Others…. Technical - Scenic Production Manager/Technical Director Master Carpenter Carpenters/welders Properties Painters Run Crew Carpenters Props Flyman Technical – Sound Engineers Running Crews Board Operator Mixer Deck engineer Technical – Lighting Master Electrician Electricians
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Unformatted text preview: • Follow-spot Operators • Deck Electrician Technical – Costumes • Costume Shop Manager • Drapers/Cutters • First Hands • Stitchers • Wardrobe • Dyer • Milliner • Costume Props • Hair and Wigs Other Technical Personnel • Draftsmen • Welders • Riggers • Model makers • Swordsmiths • Projection • Armorers • Masks • Special FX Administrative • Executive Director • General Manager • Business Manger • Director of Development (fundraising) • Director of Marketing • Director of Audience Services • Ticketing Manager Operations • Director of Physical Plant • Building engineers • Custodians...
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  • Spring '14
  • LeeByron
  • Theatre, Theatrical professions, Costume Shop Manager, Casting Director, Board Operator, Production Manager/Technical Director

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