STAGE MANAGER (Sections 2,3,4)Stage Manager shall be head of all operations during the week of the show. Stage Manager shall assist in the establishment of running crews. Stage Manager shall oversee the work of running crews. Stage Manager shall serve as the communication hub between the sound, lights, and backstage crews as well as the cast and pit. Stage Manager shall organize all scene changes and set preparation under the guidance of the General Director. Stage Manager shall oversee the use of the set and properties. Stage Manager shall ensure that all aspects of tech week run smoothly and to the discretion of the General Director’s choices. Stage Manager shall report to the Technical Director and Producer. In addition to these duties the stage manager will assist in rehearsal attendance and other tasks given by the Producer and General Director.
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER (Sections 2,3,4)Assistant Stage Manager or ASM will be responsible for supporting the Stage Manager in the completion of his or her tasks during the production process as well as tech week. ASM shall make record of the timing of set, lighting, and sound changes. ASM shall maintain a prompt book containing all cues, technical notes, blocking, and other information important to the show.
SET DESIGNER (Sections 2,3,5)Set Designer shall be responsible for the designing of all scenery, platforms, and other set structures. Set Designer shall work closely with the General Director and Master Carpenter to ensure that the set will be suitable for staging, choreography, and the venue. The Set Designer shall create blueprints and models of the set. The Set Designer shall begin work on Set Design after the Christmas meeting and shall have a completed draft by no later than the Easter meeting.
MASTER CARPENTER (Sections 2,3,5)Master Carpenter shall be responsible for building the set designed by the Set Designer. The Master Carpenter shall be responsible for acquiring materials from the Quince basement as well as purchasing any necessary materials for the completion of the set. Master Carpenter shall be responsible for establishing a building crew consisting of members 16 years of age or older. Master Carpenter shall oversee the transportation of the set from its building location to the venue of performance.
LIGHT DESIGNER (Sections 2,3,6)Light Designer shall be responsible for designing the light cues and lighting aspects of the production. Light Designer shall work with the Tech Director to acquire any necessary lighting equipment. Light Designer shall work with the General Director to ensure appropriate lighting for the different scenes. Light Designer shall also prepare a crew to run the lights during the production.
SOUND DESIGNER (Sections 2,3,6)Sound Designer shall be responsible for manipulating all audio elements of the production. Sound Designer shall tune the sound system for the production. Sound Designer shall ensure that the sound and music enhance the production and are in harmony with the actors and other production aspects. The Sound Designer shall oversee equalization, volume control, microphone and speaker placement, and the use of any additional equipment. The sound designer shall reinforce the sound production from the cast and pit, and, working together with the music director and choral director, will ensure that the sound heard in the audience is clear and understandable.
ART DESIGNER (Sections 2,3,7)Art Designer shall be responsible for designing the color schemes and aesthetic of the set and scenery. Art designer shall design any necessary backdrops. Art designer shall be responsible for the establishment of a painting crew, and shall oversee the completion of large-scale painting and small-scale detail. Art designer shall work with the General Director to ensure that the aesthetic of the set and scenery match the Director’s vision of the production.
PROPS MASTER (Sections 2,3,8)Props Master shall be responsible for acquiring all properties for the production. Props Master shall design and create props when necessary. Props Master shall oversee the use of all properties during the production process as well as tech week. Props Master shall ensure that the properties are organized backstage. Props Master shall work with the General Director to establish a list of necessary props in order to create the desired vision of the production.
COSTUME TEAM (Sections 2,3,9)The Costume team will consist of a group of individuals who shall be responsible for acquiring period-appropriate clothing for the cast to wear. The costume team shall take measurements of the cast members and ensure that costumes fit properly. The costume team shall make any necessary alterations to costumes when permitted by the owners of the costume. Costume Designer shall be responsible for borrowing and renting costumes as necessary. The Costume team shall supervise the use and organization of costumes during the production process and the week of the show. Costume Designer shall work with the General Director to create the desired appearance
HAIR/MAKEUP DESIGNER (Sections 2,3,10)Hair and Makeup Designer shall be responsible for coordinating the design and execution of hairstyles and makeup for the cast. The Hair and Makeup Designer shall work closely with the Costume Designer to ensure the coordination of the outfits with the hair and makeup. The Hair and Makeup Designer shall be responsible for assembling all necessary hair and makeup products. The Hair and Makeup Designer shall be responsible for assembling a team to assist in the process of hair and makeup during the week of the show. The Hair and Makeup Designer shall work with the General Director to create the desired appearance for the production.