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Potential actors try performing in front of the
director hopping to be cast in the play
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The list of which actor gets what part is
posted
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The entire cast is assembled and they read
the script aloud.
The costume and set designs are shown to
the cast.
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The setting and recording of the actors
movement on stage throughout the play.
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The deadline to have your lines memorized.
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The scenery is complete and assembled on
the stage for the actors to rehearse with.
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The costumes are fitted on the actors with
pins but not finished yet.
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Photos are taken of the actors in costume
against the set to help advertise the play.
Also head shots of actors are taken to be used
in the lobby display and programs.
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The Lighting Designer and light crew hang
the lights and focus them as to where they
need to be.
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The Stage Manager, Lighting Designer and
Director choose and record how and when
the lights change during the show.
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The Stage Manager, Sound Designer and
Director choose and record how and when
the music and sound effects are played
during the show.
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The marriage of acting to tech, where the
actors jump in dialogue necessary for stage
management and “tech” to practice
executing cues.
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Full run through of the play with actors and
with Tech. Usually no stopping. Notes are
given at the end of the run telling people how
they can improve.
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Usually held the night before Opening Night,
it is a full run through of the play (with
costumes) just as if it were opening night.
Notes are given at the end.
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It is the first performance to the public of the
show.
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All the performances of the show from
opening to closing.
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It is the last performance to the public of the
show.
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The deconstruction and removal of all
costumes, props, set, and sound.
The theatre is now ready for it’s next
production.