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The Green Room / Re: Picture Wars!
« on: Dec 24, 2011, 12:54 am »

Uploaded Forms / Re: Costumes and Wardrobe
« on: Oct 06, 2011, 12:43 am »
This is the wardrobe run sheet I created for a production of Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps. I like it because it includes both quick changes and non-quick changes (QC are marked in bold) and anything else Wardrobe might be doing. (For example, in our production, Wardrobe occasionally lit an actor's exit because Stage Management couldn't be there).

The Green Room / Re: Halloween 2011
« on: Oct 05, 2011, 05:55 pm »
I'll be in final dress for Legally Blonde up at North Shore Music Theatre.

The Green Room / Re: Trivia Tournament III - 2.0.11
« on: Sep 26, 2011, 01:16 am »
Is it just me or has the History category been more of a Humanities category these last two weeks? Show tune questions in a History category?

I'm looking for a editable copy of Twelfth Night. I have the PDF but we're doing lots of cuts and don't have time to type the whole thing.. Please and thank you,

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Once again,
Thank you!

Anyone got Alfred Hitchcok's The 39 Steps in Word .doc form?
please email to wharton.emily @

The Green Room / Re: SMNetwork's Resident expert in...
« on: Aug 12, 2010, 05:50 pm »
I'd say I'm the resident expert in mathematics. In my life before theatre I obtained a Bachelors degree in theortical mathematics and am routinely asked math questions. I've been hired as a consultant to explain the math in the play Proof to the actors and I also have made some nice pocket money tutoring any child actors from the company I work for in math.

Students and Novice Stage Managers / Re: Rutgers - facilities?
« on: May 14, 2009, 12:29 am »
AMEN to that googee!!! class of 2009!

I love the ideas thrown out so far. The psychology is idea is intriguing, certainly not one I would have thought of myself but I see the logic behind it.

I would add first aid and CPR certification (I realize that would not be a semester long course, more like a weekend thing but it should definitely be required).

I would also add a practical course in each shop (costumes, electrics, set, etc.). I do think that the students should take an intro level design course in each area but i also think they should have the practical, hands on aspect of the individual areas.

i'm sure there is much more but that's all that springs immediately to mind

Employment / Re: Share your special skills
« on: Apr 13, 2009, 12:12 pm »
My undergrad degree is in mathematics. My grad school did a production of Proof and although I was not involved in the show in any way I was called in to explain the math in the show to the actors. I did the same thing when a friend of mine was directing Arcadia.

College and Graduate Studies / Re: Stage Management Colleges
« on: Feb 07, 2009, 04:21 pm »
That's interesting. When I applied to (and was accepted by) Rutgers they did not require it. I started in '06. I guess their requirements have changed since then.

Scary, scary! Both actors are incredibly lucky that nothing worse happened. It is frightening that events of this kind seem to be happening with more frequency.

Employment / Re: Company Management
« on: Jan 11, 2009, 02:29 pm »
I'm currently working at McCarter and they are looking. The current company manager is leaving in the middle of Feb. and they are currently interviewing and soliciting emails. If you PM me I will give you the contact info, I would rather not post her email publicly.

That's really scary. I'm certainly going to check every weapon, every performance from now on.

The Hardline / Re: Performing arts unions and guilds list
« on: Dec 09, 2008, 09:53 am »
SSDC (although I'm not sure that's actually a guild),WGA, AGVA...

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