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Stagecrafters' handbook : a guide for theatre technicians

by I. E. Clark

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0887346499, Paperback)

A clear concise handbook detailing the responsibilities of each member of a theatre technical crew. Not how-to-do but what-to-do! Very few producers and directors have time to carefully explain each technician's duties and responsibilities. If each crew member and crew chief knows What, Where and When, it makes the production move smoothly and the director's job a great deal easier. This is an ideal handbook or supplemental text for the Director/Teacher of High School or College drama classes. Community, amateur and small theatres will find this book indispensable for their volunteer crews. Even the professional will find this handbook a useful reminder of who does what backstage. A highly useful guide for all members of the theatre. Index, bibliography, and contact info for major theatrical tech suppliers.

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