Stage Manager Prompt Book



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How do you prepare a Stage manager prompt book? What does the prompt book contain?

Stage managers use prompt books, which contains the play's fundamental text is included in the prompt book, which serves as the production's bible and also includes a plethora of directions and information. You will frequently witness cues for music, movement, light, and many other components of stagecraft in addition to the performers' lines. Being in stage management, it's important to create a proper smooth organization with straightforward paperwork that will aid in keeping the rehearsal time organized is one of the first tasks you have as a stage manager. For example like this stage manager form, or sign-in sheets for the cast, an events calendar, templates for rehearsal reports, daily schedules, and contact sheets are all included in this paperwork.

The following goes in a Stage Management Form or Prompt book:

  • Next Performance          
  • Day and Date
  • Time
  • What
  • Who
  • Actors or Crew Late
  • Notes to house manager
  • Problems or repair
  • Accidents or injuries
  • Additional notes

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Check also: Stage Manager Form




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