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The Hardline / Re: Malcollm Ewen
« on: May 22, 2019, 02:53 am »
His SMNet Profile: http://smnetwork.org/forum/profile/?u=2437


He was a mentor to my mentor and we met in passing, but we never worked together. Not only was he a member of the Steppenwolf Ensemble, but when he was added in February he was the first member of the ensemble to come from the tech side. Everyone before him had been an actor, director or playwright.

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Tools of the Trade / Re: Stage Write software
« on: Feb 02, 2019, 04:16 pm »
They are on the naughty list for spamming us and violating advertising rules. They don't deserve your money or time and all discussion of their products is banned from this community.

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Locked as a homework request until OP has passed the 5 post threshold for homework help.

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The New Post Button in Homework Help only shows up when you've made at least 5 posts, as is explained in the rules for that board. This post is locked until you've passed that threshold.

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KMC - it isn't really virtual signaling in Canada, where first nations have far more clout.


For those outside of Canada who may not understand the practice of land acknowledgement in that country, here's a bit of a quick primer at CBC.

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Introductions / Re: Greetings from Great Britain
« on: Apr 10, 2018, 05:56 pm »
Welcome! If you're headed for your Bachelors degree then it's "going to college" in the US as well. Enjoy your stay (here and there) and don't hesitate to ask for translations to British English.

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It has been a few years since I've been on the site. After personal reasons, mainly to burnout, I decided to leave the industry a few years ago to try and pursue something else. After deciding that that new venture was not for me, plus deciding that I really missed the theatre, I'm making the decision to come back.

I am caught however, in a standstill for applying to future positions, especially for the upcoming summer. I have already taken stock and drilled into my brain the learning experience that is coming with my past decision, not networking as best as I could have. Lesson learned! Now it's time to move forward!

I am now left with the task of finding new references, as the ones I used previously are no longer valid and I do not believe would be good ones for me to use any longer. I possibly have a few I might try. But, I am curious if anyone might have some ideas on how I might approach this in a way in the event that I might not have appropriate references for applying to future positions while I am starting back up?

Thank you for any insights you might be able to give!

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Students and Novice Stage Managers / Re: Saving Prompt Books
« on: Jan 14, 2018, 01:56 pm »
In my experience they always became property of the producer when the show ended.

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Introductions / Re: Alabama/Arizona Collegiate SM!
« on: Dec 21, 2017, 05:15 pm »
Welcome acm! There's not many places where we can step out of the shadows, but this is one of them. Thanks for joining!

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Introductions / Re: From Thespian to SM
« on: Dec 05, 2017, 01:39 am »
Welcome, roarie! I like the arms-up trick!

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Introductions / Re: Re-introduction
« on: Nov 15, 2017, 07:58 pm »
Oh hey I remember you! Former moderator. Welcome back.

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Introductions / Re: Hi there from Australia!
« on: Nov 04, 2017, 10:07 pm »
Ah yes, all the hidden things that only become visible when you register. All our forms and localized boards. Welcome to the site, glad you decided to register!

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The Green Room / Re: Stage Manager Survey 2017
« on: Nov 02, 2017, 10:33 pm »
Yay! It's the survey! We love the survey! Thanks for continuing with this massive project!

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Introductions / Re: Hello from Boston
« on: Nov 02, 2017, 08:47 am »
Personally I've always wondered why fire drills and evacuations in the dark weren't integrated into more tech weeks.

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I started as a performer. Actually I'd gone from dancer > actor > musician > director > electrician > LD > stage manager > producer > stage manager by the time I was 19. If anything as a stage manager I regretted not spending longer on stage learning the real craft of it (as opposed to high school scenery chewing), as I needed that language to participate in table work and work with understudies.

A huge part of your job as a stage manager involves talking with performers, so knowing their language and their experience will be a definite asset. Another huge part of the job involves working with directors, who also usually emerge from performance.

PS Welcome to the site!

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