tech training classes
for ANYONE ages 13 and up (ADULTS ENCOURAGED)
INSTRUCTED BY Jessi Dimmock & Nick Bottari
20 Students Max
(Scholarships are available email firstname.lastname@example.org)
DATES Tuesdays 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Tuesday, February 1st- May 10
(no class Feb 22 or April 19th)
Acting Out! is providing instruction in technical theater and design and we need YOU!! During your training, you will have the opportunity to work on one or more of five different shows. Students selected to work on specific shows will be paid a stipend of $100. This training can provide you with future opportunities, it looks great on college applications, and you can gain a great new skill! Come join us and be a part of the behind the scenes: the bones of theater!
What you will learn:
Stage Management: Stage managers typically provide practical and organizational support to the director, actors, designers, stage crew, and technicians throughout the production process. They are in charge of calling cues during performances to make sure that they run smoothly.
Lighting Design: The Lighting Designer is responsible for the design, installation, and operation of the lighting and special electrical effects used in the production. Based on design – students will be selected to work on specific shows.
Sound Design: A sound designer is responsible for an audience's audio journey through a production. The sound designer works with the director and the rest of the creative team to make decisions about what an audience hears when they watch a piece of theatre. Selected candidates will run sound for shows.
Spotlight Operators: The spotlight operator or follow-spot operator is a theatrical technician who operates a specialized stage lighting instrument known as a follow-spot. An integral part of lighting design, and critical to directors. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to work on a live show