Working as part of a team of dedicated professionals, the stage manager is charged with calling all performances and rehearsals whether before or after opening, maintaining the prompt book, maintaining the structure of the performance for maximum safety, and making changes in the performance when necessary, taking into account the immediate needs of the show. Additionally the Stage Manager is responsible for the presentation of Publicity related events and or pre-show events.
-Responsible for maintaining a consistently high level of production and performance quality.
-Responsible for communicating all technical and artistic issues in a productive way to enhance the quality of each performance as it relates to the original intent of the production from the Producers and Director.
-Responsible for the cueing of the show
-Responsible for maintaining the prompt book
-Coordinates all Unit Public Relations & Promotional activities to ensure that they are in compliance with current “Feld Entertainment, Inc.”, Marvel © and Disney© guidelines.
-Functions as the unit liaison to Regional Marketing persons to ensure the proper coordination and supervision of Public Relation appearances and issues.
-Responsible for maintaining any pre/post-show events
-Responsible for conducting rehearsals
-Works with the Corporate Public Relations (PR) department to present PR segments
-Responsible for following and enforcing the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment’ as they pertain to the Shows in conjunction with being responsible for one’s own professional standard of conduct, appearance and work performance.
-Responsible for assisting Director, choreographer, and Performance Director during rehearsal as well as maintain communication with Manager and Production Coordinator in order to effectively coordinate the rehearsal period.
-Supports and aides in succession planning for the advancement of prospective internal leadership candidates.
-All other job related duties as assigned by supervisors.
-Associates Degree (A.A.) or minimum five years related experience or equivalent combination of training, education and or experience in the field of live theatrical production as it relates to creative, technical, cueing (with automation) and touring.
-A full and comprehensive understanding of the functions and operations of a large scale arena show, technical elements, automation, and performers.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
-Ability to read, write, and prepare a production blocking book, prompt books, PR summary, correspondence, technical journals, and cue sheets.
Highly developed organizational, research, business negotiation, communication and time management skills.
-Experience organizing or participating in Public Relations/ Promotional events.
-Strong understanding of cueing, cueing with automation, and contingency adaptive cueing.
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.