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Course Information


Spring 2019

ENG 297

Instructors: Nigel Maister,; Gordon Rice,
Credits: 4.0
CRN: 25781
Prerequisites: None
Location: TODD 202F
Day and Time: Friday 2:00pm - 4:40pm
First Class: Friday, January 18
Last Class: Saturday, April 27
Note: Class meets in Todd 202F

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The stage manager is the critical organizational and management hub in the artistic process of theatrical production. Stage Managers are skilled project managers, and the skills learned in stage management are applicable to almost any management Stage Management I and/or II (fall/spring) students will get an in-depth introduction to and immersion in stage managing a theatrical production. In addition, cover all areas of management skills, safety procedures, technical knowledge, and paperwork, students will be expected to serve as an assistant stage manager or production stage manager on one (or both) Theater Program productions in their registered semester.