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stage manager

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A live show involves so many makers, night after night—not just actors and dancers and stage managers, but also an army of musicians, electricians, laundry and wardrobe people, and others—that it may be the ultimate act of making.

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On Thursday, Actors’ Equity, the union representing 51,000 actors and stage managers, announced new protocols requiring vaccinations for its workforce on Broadway and in touring shows that have standalone runs in other cities.

She has been retained by the play’s producers to instruct the company and train stage managers as covid safety officers — in service of putting on a show seven times a week in the midst of a mutating pandemic.

To ensure distancing, stage managers used tape to divvy the studio floors into boxes, each large enough for a dancer.

People scream, the orchestra stops playing, and the stage manager whisks the diva into the wings.

The stage manager is a rubber-clad domme and there are various S&M happenings through the night.

Not to curse the stage directions and threaten to send the stage manager to a labor camp.

Now that we are in the run of the play, our stage manager has the crystal backstage to ward off the boogeyman.

Soon after he got back to England, he began working in the theater as a stage manager and an actor.

Why, Lil Pendleton and the stage manager are out there in the Pendletons sleigh.

As she entered the vestibule the stage-manager came to meet her, and told her that her part had been given to another singer.

Irving's reputation as a stage manager is such that when his "Macbeth" comes to America everyone will want to see it.

So, like some famous stage manager, Fate was getting ready to assemble the cast for the final scenes in our little drama.

But when once your stage-manager is chosen, all the actors must make up their minds to obey him implicitly.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stage manager, such as: director, sponsor, and showperson.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.