stage technician


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Noun1.stage technician - an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production
stage crew - crew of workers who move scenery or handle properties in a theatrical production
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
property man, property master, propman - member of the stage crew in charge of properties
sceneshifter, shifter - a stagehand responsible for moving scenery
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In his youth, he worked as a stage technician for various New England venues and as the Stage Manager for venues including Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.
Thomas, a theatre stage technician, said: "Every time we do something to the flat, despite paying for the improvements ourselves, we have to ask Queens Cross for permission.
Dale Michelsohn, who worked as a stage technician, and who runs the Birmingham Odeon Memorial group on Facebook, recalls: "It was a gem of a show, and I remember it well.
Laurie made ends meet during this period by having stints as a bouncer, usherette and stage technician. She earned her Equity card by going on tour to Mexico with the travelling circus troupe Circo Magico Italiano.
The facility will house new French trades programs such as milling machinist, masonry, health and safety, and painter/decorater, as well as culinary arts and stage technician.
He got the acting bug at Barnsley college while studying to be a stage technician. "They made you do a class in every other discipline," he says, "so I was dancing and acting.
Although she claims parallels and influences, many already familiar, linking Alberti to Machiavelli and to the Baroque stage technician Sabbattini, she provides frustratingly little narrative through-line for her argument, stringing her brief units together like isolated beads.
Drew Campbell's Technical Theater For Nontechnical People (1581153449, $19.95) provides a stage technician and designer/director's twenty years of background, appearing in its second edition to add details on show control systems, costume design and creation, and new special effects systems.
He adds that he was relieved to hear, after the band's performance from a stage technician, that there had been a problem filtering the sound into his personal monitors.
He worked as a stage technician and director for television and stage productions.