Stage Manager- The, Oh My God, It’s So The True Story of Halle Berry Halybery

WHO: Rachel F.

SEEKING: Seeking a STAGEMANAGER for non-equity production of Rachel F. Presents: The, Oh My God, It’s So The True Story of Halle Berry Halybery

Great opportunity for an aspiring stagemanager who: 
– has some theatre stagemanagment experience 
– is personable, self motivatedm and reliable 
– is a true collaborator and team player 
– has a great sense of humor


Stage management duties include: 
– being the liason between the cast, director and production team 
– recording lighting, sound, and set change cues 
– maintaining prompt book with all cues, technical notes, blocking and other information 
– recording the staging and ensuring that cast members stay on script 
– maintaining show's rehearsal schedule 
– documenting via emailed rehearsal report 
– running technical and dress rehearsals 
– calling the lighting and sound cues during performances 
-other agreed upon duties decided upon in conversation with the director 

The commitment consists of: 
– being available March 28th thru April 30, 2011 
– four week rehearsal and one week technical and dress rehearsal (see additional info below) 
– running some rehearsals on an as needed basis 
– production meetings as needed by the director 
– running technical and dress rehearsals 
– four performances (see below)

Interviews? Will be set up on an individual basis with the director based on your availability 
Is there any compensation? Yes, there will be a honorary stipend offered as part of the performing phase. 
When are rehearsals? Rehearsals are Wednesday and Thursdays from 6:00 – 9:0pm, Saturdays from 4:00 – 7:00pm 
Where are rehearsals? Rehearsals are held in the Clinton Hill area of Brooklyn 
What about the performances? Rachael F. Presents will run for four performances, April 27 – 30, 2011 at 7:30pm each night 
What about the venue? The venue is The Tank in Midtown Manhattan on 45th between 8th and 9th Avenue 

Rachael F. Presents: The, Oh My God, It’s So The True Story of Halle Berry Halybery is a story about a muse. Her name is Halebery. She's very interesting. She likes to do stuff like go to Charles Schwab and put hotdogs in people's desks. She likes to eat tons of ice cream, and she loves to dance to Red, Red Wine with her beautiful pet jukebox. So, come see the show, have a drink, and enjoy an evening of greek mythology meets glam rock, head puppets gone mad, and Grandma's panties on the dance floor. Yes, Grandma's panties on the dance floor! 

Rachael F. is a playwright and performer from Seattle, Washington. The themes of her work consistently play with happenstance, Black Americana, pop trivia and spectacle. Her last production, a short play about a quirky muse and her even quirkier family, was part of The CD Forum for Arts and Ideas Creation Project and Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival 2008 lineup. Rachael F’s next venture is B. McQueen, a radio play loosely based off of the actress Butterfly McQueen who played Gone with the Wind’s high pitched maid, Prissy.

WHEN: 3/28/11 – 4/30/11

HOW TO APPLY: contact

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