The Production Committee wants you!
See Cloyd Bedke or Bob Carroll if you are interested in working on this fun and exciting committee – WE NEED YOU
The list is long but with a great committee one person does not do all the work –
with out you we can’t “Put on a Show”
Pat picks the music and names the show. That lights a spark. You be the Visionary!
*Schedules production meetings to review how best to present dance numbers, specialty numbers, soloists, and the Chorale in general.
*Creative session – Production takes the theme and creates an image of the show. This is where we make the difference. This is fun! With each song we sing – we lay out what can be done with each number.
*Recommends staging and blocking requirements for performers – in coordination with Pat to enhance her vision
*Attends rehearsals to become familiar with the proposed music, the song’s message, soloists assignments, choreography, etc..
*Develops set designs
*We use projections, visuals on the back screen that impact each number. Familiarity with Powerpoint and photo editing is helpful.
*Backdrops – (rented)
*Lights – enhance the show (rented)
*Secondary props and visuals that are line sets – decided in creative session.
*Risers – morning of dress rehearsal – arrange to pick up, set up and take down. Somewhat physical.
*Develops cues in support of audio, lighting, prop placement, backdrops, projections, staging, stagehand actions, mic’ assignments.
*Acts in the capacity of a stage manager by calling out performance cues as outlined above
*Meets with theater personnel to discuss technical requirements
*Mics and Sound Equipment – make sure enough mics in place and working. Need to make sure there is enough equipment to service each musical #. Alan Fox is our ‘go to’ guy for this.
Day of Dress rehearsal/ show days
- Set up day – a ½ day to put the staging together before dress rehearsal
- Take down – after last show you will have helpers/committee to help. All materials belonging to chorale is returned to storage and rented items returned to vendors. The Center is left clean.
Head Creative Director(s) and committee members.
It’s time to start planning this show – please step forward and help create the show! You’ll love it!