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Workshops by Request (Canmore): Stage Management – Pine Tree Players

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Workshops by Request (Canmore): Stage Management – Pine Tree Players

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Stage Management: Roles and Responsibilities is a 9 hour workshop that invites participants into the initial exploration of the script, conversations with directors and designers and paperwork creation to set yourself and the team up for success before going into rehearsal. We will use real script examples to have participants gain hands-on experience with identifying props, sound, lights, costumes etc. Stage Managers are leaders in the rehearsal room and an area that we will delve into as well is; how to create an accessible/welcoming space for ALL artists.

This workshop is for you if you want to know more about how stage management interacts with the other departments or how stage managers communicate with actors and directors or even if you just want a deeper understanding of theatre in general.

There will be time set aside for a lunch break, please your own food/snacks/water/coffee.

This workshop is 14+.

If you have any questions please email

Meredith Johnson is a Calgary based stage manager. Meredith has worked with the likes of Alberta Theatre Projects, Arts Club Theatre, Bad Knaps Theatre, Black Radish Theatre, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Calgary Young People’s Theatre, Globe Theatre Regina, Handsome Alice Theatre, Heritage Park, Major Matt Mason Collective, Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, One Yellow Rabbit, Theatre Calgary, The Shakespeare Company, Spontaneous Theatre, Quest Theatre, Vertigo Theatre and Verb Theatre.

This workshop is sponsored by Theatre Alberta with funding from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts as part of the “Workshops by Request: Hometown Series”.

Proceeds from Pay What You Can tickets will help offset workshop costs.

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