Are you ‘Technically’ Prepared?

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Workshop
Are you ‘Technically’ Prepared? – How to Survive a Technical Rehearsal

 Facilitated by Allison Loat, Production Coordinator for the University of Winnipeg Theatre Department
  Sunday September 17th 1-4pm
  Asper Centre for Theatre and Film 400 Colony Street
  Fee: $20
Capacity: 15 participants

Have you ever wondered what information your technician needs for your show? Ever thought about how it should be organized? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the workshop for you! Allison will take you through the process of preparing for a technical rehearsal including considering cue sequences, creating a marked script, interpreting technical information from the venue and working with the technical staff during cueing sessions. For anyone who is considering mounting their first production or those who are seasoned indie companies, but might wonder if there is a better way; this workshop is sure to be right on cue!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday September 5th
Pay on-line ($2.50 credit card fee applies)
or contact the office to arrange registration – associate@sarasvati.ca or  204-586-2236

BIO:
Allison Loat is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film Production and Stage Management stream. She has had the pleasure to work for many theatre companies in various capacities including Rainbow Stage, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Shakespeare in the Ruins, Dry Cold Productions, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre and others. Allison is a proud member of IATSE (Local 63) and continues her work throughout the industry. As Production Coordinator for the Department, Allison has the opportunity to work with students from all areas of study. She works with students, staff, and faculty to facilitate the student run productions, as well as operating our new theatre.

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