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Technical Areas of Theatre 1. Set design and construction 2. Scene painting 3. Sound design and construction 5. Properties design and construction 7. Makeup.

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1 Technical Areas of Theatre 1. Set design and construction 2. Scene painting 3. Sound design and construction 5. Properties design and construction 7. Makeup design and execution 9. Publicity 6. Costume design and construction 8. Stage Management 4. Lighting design and construction 10. House Management

2 Set design and construction

3 Lighting design & construction

4 Sound design & construction

5 Shawnee Mission Northwest High School Presents Presented through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. publishers Publicity SMNW Parker Auditorium W. 67 th St. 7:00 pm $7.00 reserved seating For tickets call: or Posters Banners Sandwich boards Press releases Newspaper SMSD.org Facebook SMNW.com

6 Properties design & construction

7 Scene painting

8 Makeup design & execution

9 Costumes design & construction

10 Stage Management The best stage manager is invisible and unheard—just like the best crew.

11 House Management The House Manager and house staff (ushers) serve as hosts for the audience; they are the liaisons between the patrons and the players. \=\_|_|_| _|_|_| }+) audience ushers

12 ASCAP Union for Composers, Authors and Publishers American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers

13 IATSE Union for Technical Professionals International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees

14 AFTRA Union for Radio and Television actors American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

15 SAG Movie Actor’s Union Screen Actor’s Guild

16 Equity Actor’s Equity Association Stage Actor’s Union

17 Recreational Theatre Professional Theatre Educational Theatre

18 OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration Government agency that controls safety in the workplace

19 cyclorama Canvas stretched smooth on a batten and flown- used to project light or images drops elevation pit FOH Canvas cloth stretched on a batten to fly-usually painted A drawing of a set from the audience’s viewpoint Lowered area where the orchestra is located Front of House

20 masking scene shop electrics floor/ground plan flat Fabric or flats used to hide wing space Workshop where scenery is built and tools, paint and scenery are stored Battens or pipes that have electricity running through them Drawing of an overhead view of a set indicating where doors, windows, flats, etc. are located A wooden frame covered with cloth used as the basic unit of structure for a box set

21 flies/loftArea above stage in which scenery can disappear house wagons wings grip Where audience sits 4 x 8 platforms with wheels attached so they can be moved Offstage area left and right of the playing area Person who moves scenery

22 act curtain proscenium batten box set strike Curtain hung just upstage of the proscenium The arch or frame enclosing the visible stage: the hole between the stage and the auditorium Pipe from which lights, curtains, scenery etc. can be suspended and flown Two or three walls that form the interior of a room To dismantle the set and store the pieces

23 Counterweight system apron sight line legs/trees A system of lines and weights that give mechanical advantage to the raising and lowering of scenery Area downstage of curtain line The furthest angle from which everything on stage can be seen from the audience Curtains, usually hung in pairs stage right and stage left, to mask the backstage area

24 And now you know.

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