Totally Responsible for Totally Everything: A Guide to Stage Management at Kalamazoo College
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Thus far, every book I've read concerning Stage Management, including the previous SIPs written on the subject, begin by saying something about the role of a stage manager and the qualities it takes to do the job well. The discussions on role always state something along the lines of, "There is no definitive list of the duties of a stage manager that can apply to all theaters and staging environments" (Stem 4). This assessment is incredibly accurate. This guide will seek to give you many of the tools that you will need to succeed as a stage manager at Kalamazoo College and a good start on a professional stage managing career, but even given my years of experience under various directors and generous guidance from my predecessors, you will inevitably be asked to do something that is not covered here. Every production is different, every director is different, every technical director is different, every designer is different, and so on and so forth.
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