Stage Manager Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Stage Manager resumes for your reference.

Stage Manager

  • Make sure actors and crew are safe and have everything that they need.
  • Keeps all departments on track, makes appointments, and creates schedules to make time used efficiently and effectively.
  • Is able to problem solve quickly and effectively and must be prepared for any emergency.

Stage Manager

  • Make sure the script is uploaded to canvas in a timely manner so actors can read it prior to auditions.
  • Ask that you get a copy of the ground plan from the TD as soon as possible.
  • Make sure the designers get you their list of needs concerning curtain, lighting & sound equipment.
  • Meet with the director to discus the production: the style, interpretation, and period.
  • Determine how many ASMs you might need according to the size and needs of the production.

Stage Manager

  • Manage all aspects of the studio from placing props and furniture to dressing cables and setting up camera positions and monitors.
  • Manage live audiences, including the explanation of safety requirements, program timing and pertinent details of the show.
  • Knowledge of in-studio equipment (ped cams, steadicam, jib, A2 equipment, lighting board, etc.).

Stage Manager

  • Assist Production and Operations Crew in set day and game day assignments by being self motivated with a strong work ethic and organization skills and paying attention to every detail.
  • Execution of live game day promotions, sales, bumps, slides quickly and correctly in pressure situations with Play-by-play and Color analysts on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN news, and ABC broadcasts.
  • Quick analytical business formatting and creating various situations where advertising dollars could be used during a live broadcast.

Stage Manager

  • Responsible for setting up equipment necessary for performances and rehearsals.
  • Works with production manager to cue orchestra members on and off stage during performances.
  • Assists with any equipment movements during rehearsals and performances.

Stage Manager

  • Responsible for managing the stage crew for weekend services, training new crew members, and encouraging new volunteers.
  • Interfacing and coordinating with church staff and leadership to ensure seamless technical aspects during rehearsals and service times.
  • Responsible for maintaining guitars, wireless equipment, and other technologies to enable the church staff and volunteers to succeed.

Stage Manager

  • Supervise cast and crew and delegate roles and responsibilities for an efficient production.
  • Maintain all schedules, notes, and information regarding the show and its needs to keep show on schedule.
  • Consolidated contact point for each cast, crew, and production member of the show to improve efficiency and accountability.
  • Insure safety of actors and performance by implementing and executing quality check on sets in accordance with Actors Equity Association and OSHA.

Stage Manager

  • Responsible for setting up stage and operating audio and visual equipment.
  • In charge of monitor displays, mic checks, mixing and running the audio desk to ensure proper sound and performance.
  • Complete weekly checks on equipment to ensure proper usage and that nothing is damaged.

Stage Manager

  • Organized and Managed over 50 actors, technical crew, and specialty acts through pre- production meetings, rehearsals, and performances.
  • Maintained a very strict schedule for 2 months of rehearsals, 8 performance dates, 8 hours each night and 3 different performance rooms at one time.
  • Communicated regularly between director, all lead designers, specialty acts, actors and crew to make sure everyone was working towards the same goal.

Stage Manager

  • Contract job to manage the cast and crew from start of auditions to the run of the show.
  • Generate sign in sheets, manage rehearsals, time keeping, data entry, generate rehearsal reports.
  • Maintain all communication with directors and crew members. Maintain positive energy and enthusiasm.

Stage Manager

  • Manage all areas of advertising and marketing events via social media networks.
  • Coordinate and supervise technical and theater personnel to ensure smooth operations, including sound, lighting, theater scouting, as well as design and layout of stage props in accordance with directorial requirements.
  • Develop and implement all merchandise promotional plans which includes books, recordings, and DVD’s.

Stage Manager

  • Supervised each element of production to include, schedules, rehearsals and performances.
  • Helped to create and market advertisements for the play(s) in the form of digital and physical media.
  • Oversaw backstage movement such as scene changes and crew effectiveness.
  • Facilitated the Directors’ vision by communicating with talent, designers and producers.

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