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Who’s Who In
The Theatre
Producer or
Board of
Directors
Ultimate Authority
Secures
the rights and financial
backing for the production
Producers “Broadway”
Board of Directors “Regional
Theatre”
Managing Director
Handles
business functions
of theatre
 Contracts
 Fund
raising
 Ticket sales
 Box office management
 Development
 Education Outreach
 Publicity
 Marketing
Artistic Director
Handles
artistic
functions of theatre
Hires
directors, designers
and actors
Oversees progress of play
Playwright
Creates
and develops the
written script
 May
be involved with production
with initial public performance
 Helps director understand plot and
characters
Director
Oversees
the overall
vision of the production
Coordinates
the work of actors,
designers and crews
Responsible with creative
interpretation of the play
Production
Manager
Oversees
Helps
Technical Staff
create rehearsal and
performance schedules
Run Production Meetings
Stage Manager
 MAKES
THINGS RUN SMOOTHLY
 Assists the Director during rehearsal
Records
all blocking during
rehearsals
 Responsible
for all backstage
activity once the show opens
 “Calls” the show during performance
Running Crew
Responsible
for the
moving of scenery and
props during a show
Works
under the direct
supervision of the Stage
Manager
Scenic Designer
Responsible
for visual
appearance of the scenery
and props
 Creates
draftings, models, and
renderings
 Works with other designers to
create a unified show, as does all
other designers
Technical
Director
Adapts
Scenic Designs
into working drawings
Oversees
Carpenters, Painters,
and Electricians
Ensures the safety of all
technical elements on stage
and off
Master
Carpenter
Supervises
Carpenters
during the construction of
the set
Responsible
for the
construction, mounting, and
rigging of scenery
Property Master
Oversees
the construction
of all Props
Works
under the artistic
supervision of the Scenic
Designer
Oversees Prop Crew
Property Crew
Constructs
or acquires all props
for a show
Responsible
for
maintaining and placing
props during the running
of the show
Scenic Artist
Responsible
for painting
the scenery
Must
work with a variety of
media and styles
Oversees Paint Crew
Paint Crew
Paints
the set and
sometimes the props
Must
be knowledgeable of
many painting processes and
techniques
Costume
Designer
 Responsible
for the visual
appearance of the actors
 Clothes
 Jewelry
 Wigs
 Makeup
 Other
Accessories
 Provides
sketches and fabric swatches
to Costume Shop
Costume Shop
Manager
Interprets
Costume
sketches into costume
patterns
Oversees
Costume Shop
Must be adept at a variety of
special clothing, millinery, and
wig-making
Costume
Construction Crew
Responsible
costumes
 Pattern
maker
 Cutter
 Stitcher
 Milliner
 Cobbler
 Wigmaker
for constructing
Lighting
Designer
Responsible
for visual
appearance of the lighting
on and off stage
Drafts
the lighting design
Responsible for most all
electrical elements on stage
Master
Electrician
Implements
the Lighting
Design
Supervise
all electrical crews
who hang, focus, and run the
lighting equipment
Sound Designer
Responsible
for all sound
effects during the show
Newest
design field in theatre
Sound Crew
Responsible
for actual
recording, editing, and
playback of any sounds
Running
any Sound
Reinforcement during the show
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