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Chasmin

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Fell Into Stage Management and Found A Passion!
« on: Nov 26, 2019, 11:20 am »
Greetings All!

My name is Chasmin and I reside in Charlotte, NC. I began Stage Managing in 2009, when my college professor needed help with an outside production. I found out he was looking for a Stage Manager, I had never done it before but thought I could do it, and the rest is history! I moved into production management when I moved to New York City, but still stage managed in the evenings. I even met my wife there who was a Stage Manager as well! I do not Stage Manage much now, but I oversee the Stage Managers at my current place of work as an Assistant Production Manager. I feel like Stage Managers are vital, and many times unsupported and my goal is to support, create processes, and gain more insight as I continue on my journey! I look forward to always learning more, and to use this network as a valuable resource!

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Re: Fell Into Stage Management and Found A Passion!
« Reply #1 on: Nov 28, 2019, 09:44 am »
Bless You!!!
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Re: Fell Into Stage Management and Found A Passion!
« Reply #2 on: Dec 10, 2019, 03:37 pm »
Welcome to the forum: I'd love to hear more about your work with SMs as a Production Manager. Glad you've had the experience and want to support those "in the trenches."
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