In the United Kingdom, most senior managers have successfully completed at least two years of professional training. Many will have professional experience with theatre and events companies. The majority of them will have a degree and experience in this area. SMA Graduate and Professional Stage Manager have also provided references for their stage management work and meet SMA standards for their work in theatre, opera, ballet, live and corporate events, as well as opening and closing ceremonies. All stage management fees must be negotiated, expressed and paid weekly. Fees should be listed separately on allowances, leave allowances and expenses. Fees should include the hours required for breaks (during the day and overnight), compensation for overtime, work of more than 12 hours and travel days, as well as rules for days off. Please note that the agreements mentioned on this website should be used as models or templates for your theatre group. This equipment and protective equipment may be required for stage management and the show team to enable a safe risk assessment of your set and show training, for example, or for people who use „dangerous“ materials for the manufacture or creation of effects. The junior class.
AsMs assist the DSM and the stage managers during the rehearsal, participate in the acquisition of props and the creation and execution of a show plot during the show. ASM`s is normally supervised by a former SM. ASM`s „cover“ book and can do a show from the office fast after training. In general, a management position that works at the producer or general manager and is responsible for all aspects of the employment of companies and backstage teams, welfare, morality and administration on a large West End or a commercial show, opera, ballet, sub-rep or tour. The tasks of a CSM are often numerous. We recognize the commitment to a safe and productive partnership and strive to ensure that basic agreements are presented in writing to all parties involved. An agreement is an agreement of understanding and intent between two or more parties with respect to their obligations and rights in clearly defined terms. The scene management does not expect to be asked to do wardrobe interviews or ongoing repairs; These are generally specialized activities that are not addressed as part of step-by-step management training. For small shows, an agreement could be reached for a simple care of the costumes with additional compensation, but separate arrangements should be made for repairs and adjustments in progress.
Each wardrobe must be considered a contract-compliant and never mandatory for Stage Managers. Locker room maintenance should never lead to stage management exceeding normal conventional hours. From Broadway to dinner theater, Equity has a contract to cover professional theater, big and small, wherever it might occur in the United States.