stage crew

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Noun1.stage crew - crew of workers who move scenery or handle properties in a theatrical productionstage crew - crew of workers who move scenery or handle properties in a theatrical production
work party, crew, gang - an organized group of workmen
stage technician, stagehand - an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production
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Darryl Kempster, 37, who was one of the stage crew, was gunned down by a robber during a short walk from a Johannesburg theatre to his hotel.
He is looking for stage managers and stage crew members over the age of 14 to help build the sets.
But last Wednesday, the band's stage crew thought it would be a hilarious prank if they arranged for the gay former Big Brother winner, left, to be the drooling boy.
MICHAEL GRADE remembers one night when the stage crew, fed up at missing trains because of Ken's long-running shows, threw the keys onto the stage and the manager said: "You lock up after yourself Ken" and Doddy just kept going on.
As every actor knows there would be no curtain calls without the tireless work of stage crew, make-up artists, wardrobe mistresses, stage crew and the all-important prompt.
The stage crew were working tirelessly yesterday to get everything perfect for today's concert.
The Ostan na Rosann offered the use of its ballroom for the event, but because of a wedding the stage crew couldn't begin setting up until yesterday morning.
After the show the stage crew told me that it could have snapped any second.
The fans, who were there to see the Dublin and Sligo lads begin their world tour on Wednesday night, sneaked through a door at the back of the arena which had been left open by stage crew.
The incident made Azealia and her stage crew feel unsafe.
Stage crew, musicians and catering companies were also left out of pocket.
This is when the forthcoming season of plays is announced and individual directors describe the plays' synopsis, detailing the opportunities for acting parts, stage crew, technical, lighting and sound roles.