The Back Stage Guide to Stage Management 3rd Edition Traditional and New Methods for Running a Show from First Rehearsal to

Kelly Thomas A

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Éditeur
Crown Publishing Group Digital
Pages
304
Parution
novembre 2010
Format
Ebook EPUB
Protection
DRM
Langue
Anglais
EAN
9780307875068
  • Résumé

The Most Widely Used Manual For Aspiring And Veteran Stage Managers - Now Revised and Expanded


The next best thing to shadowing a Broadway stage manager, this detailed, behind-the-scenes book as been brought completely up to date. First published in 1991, it is widely used and has been lauded as the most comprehensive, educational book on stage management available. From preproduction planning and first rehersals to opening night and final strike, all the essentials of the profession are presented here in a friendly, engaging style.

Blending how-to information with anecdotes from his own career, author Thomas A. Kelly explains the entire theatrical process, including:

- Organizing all rehearsals and performances
- Maintaining the working script, cue sheets, and daily records
- Supervising the technical aspects of the show
- Running shows outdoors and at other non-theatrical venues
- Dealing with performers and crew members on all levels

This new edition reflects all the latest developments and innovations in the industry and adds a totally new chapter on opera stage management, complete with an in-depth breakdown of the challenges this style of production presents. The text is supported by sample documents, diagrams, and charts that straddle time-honored approaches with what can be generated by today's computer software. All the latest stage machinery is discussed, along with tips on finding employment. This guide remians the firs choice for anyone who works in any branch of the profession, whether amateur, educational, or professional.


From the Trade Paperback edition.
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