theatre director

(redirected from Theatre manager)
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Noun1.theatre director - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a showtheatre director - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a show
stage director - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a stage show
supervisor - one who supervises or has charge and direction of
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Srinivas Reddy, a theatre manager speaking to ANI, said, "Here in the fight of producers, exhibitors, and digital service providers, but is us that are being into a loss.
Theatre manager Paul Hopkins said: "We're all fixed for Sunday.
Spotted going back to their childhood at the launch were producer Michael Rose and theatre manager Stephen Faloon.
We're expecting a really busy season," said Forum theatre manager Derek Cooper.
Richie Ross, theatre manager, said: "The Sunday Cinema promises to be a wonderful opportunity for the people of Northumberland and the surrounding regions - to sit down and enjoy a host of top film titles.
Richie Ross, Theatre Manager of The Phoenix Theatre, said: "The Sunday Cinema promises to be a wonderful opportunity for the people of Northumberland and the surrounding regions - to sit down and enjoy a host of top film titles.
EXPERIENCED theatre manager Claire Simpson has been appointed as general manager of The Belgrade's Community & Education Company.
RECIPE FOR SUCCESS: Birthday cake celebrations, with, from left: Epstein Theatre manager Rebekah Pichilingi, historian Frank Carlyle and Cllr Wendy Simon Picture: GAVIN
Theatre manager Tim Fagan will present a virtual tour of the Victoria with the aid of slides, followed by a brief presentation about theatre and cinema-going locally in the first half of 20th century and its decline between 1956 and 1967.
Theatre manager Phil Batty said: "It was wonderful to see the auditorium packed out and everyone enjoying themselves.
The form was passed on to Cynthia Barnes, clinical theatre manager, who talked to those involved in the case, sent the matter to Clinical Governance and an anaesthetic review was taken.
Summary: Amy Winehouse has admitted assaulting a theatre manager during an incident at a pantomime.

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