The producer acts as the overall business manager for the upcoming production. They manage all aspects of creating a production including the coordination of audition, rehearsal, and performance scheduling; set & costume design; publicity efforts; and acts as the liaison between the director, choreographer, orchestra, stage manager, actors, and board members.
The Assistant Producer(s) help the producer with tasks for the upcoming production while learning the ropes of producing a show. This position may be split between 2 or more people depending on the availability of the Producer and the complexity of the production.
The Stage Manager is responsible for all logistical aspects of the show which takes good organizational skills. In this role, they will need to assist the Director and Choreographer by reading lines and standing in for actors who are missing from rehearsal. This requires a strong commitment to show up to at each and every rehearsal. Prior theatre experience is preferred but not required.
Assistant Stage Manager
The Assistant Stage Manager helps the Stage Manager with tasks for the upcoming show while learning what it takes to the Stage Manager of a show.