Theatre Technical Team 

Congratulations on deciding to apply for a position on the Tech team - Our productions cannot be done without a solid team.

Being a part of Thoreau Theatre is a great experience. It is also, however, a serious time commitment. All students are expected to attend all rehearsal they are called for without exception. Any student unwilling to dedicate the time for rehearsals or unable to attend them regularly should reconsider applying.

Interview Requirements

  • PAPERWORK: Bring your completed Tech Team form to your interview  - you will not be able to interview without it

  • PRESENTATION: Prepare a presentation about what position you think you would be a good fit for you

    • Include the reasons why you would be good for this job (see the needed qualities below for each position)

    • Include work or examples of positions you’ve held before that would prepare you for this job.

  • PLANS: Bring examples of possible work for this show (lists, plans, drawings, sketches, pictures, inspiration, etc)

 

 

Please keep in mind... not everyone who interviews will be assigned a tech job.

We are lo​oking for responsible and reliable students who are organized and able to work independently

Most tech jobs need previous training/experience. Please consider taking Tech Theatre class or

Advanced Theatre class for the FCPS county approved training.

Thank you for your understanding.

Tech Interviews

Please plan to arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time and please be prepared to stay

10-15 minutes past your scheduled appointment time.

Sign-ups sheets for interviews times are outside room C107 

Available Interview Dates

All students whose tech interview was canceled on Thursday for Singin' in the Rain will be rescheduled for the week of Sept 23 - Sept 27

 

To reschedule your interview - sign-ups are outside room C-107 and will take place during Eagle Times all week and after school on Tuesday  (please remember that after school buses are NOT available on Tuesdays)

 

If you unable to meet with Ms. C during any Eagle Times or after school on Tuesday next week, please let Ms. C know asap.

The tech list will be posted on the homepage no later than 8 PM on September 28

Tech Job Responsibilities

Assistant Director

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal.

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Director Notes:

Takes notes for the director and keep track of script changes

  • Line Notes: 

Takes line notes: writes down when an actor misses a line and tracks their improvement

  • Step in for Director:

Works with the cast when the director can’t (e.g. run lines, run blocking, run rehearsal)

  • Cast Meetings: 

Oversees cast sign in and set up before warmups and rehearsal

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Oversees actors behavior in the gym and assists costume and makeup department as needed

Runs the backstage during tech and performance

Stage Manager

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Running Rehearsals

Ensure the rehearsal schedule is being followed. Keeps director and cast on task and focused. 

  • Prompt Script:

Maintains prompt script with blocking and all cues.

  • Daily Rehearsal Report: 

Completes rehearsal report which must be posted on BAND at the end of each day of rehearsal.

  • Preset and Running Lists:

Creates checklists for tasks to be done before, during, and after performances. Check in with each tech team for their running lists - combine these together

 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Call the show’s cues on headset

Assistant Stage Manager

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met. Joins various departments as needed to complete tasks 

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Running Rehearsals:

Assist running rehearsals. Ensures the rehearsal schedule is being followed. Keeps director and cast on task and focused. 

  • Tracking:

Tracks the use of props and costumes in the show

  • Music: 

Runs music during rehearsals if sound team is not present.

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Runs the backstage during tech and performance

Scenic Designer and Props Master

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Scenic and Props Design Inspiration Board: 

Set and Props research appropriate to the play. What is the era? What other factors would affect where the characters are? Images that present the era, style of play, example set and prop pieces and style

  • Props Plot: 

Read the script and make a props  list: Which characters use which items and  when (what page number).  State your design concept,  important prop notes, etc. 

  • Read the Common Set Problems

Click here for the resource

  • Draft Ground Plan:

Draw a basic ground plan, showing all the set from above showing back curtain, side curtains, platforms, flats, etc. 

  • Set renderings: 

Renderings are full-color drawings of the front view of each scene’s set. Work with the director for preferences.  Director has the final say and must give approval on all sets. 

  • Oversees building, painting, making and buying set pieces and props: 

Make sure to get approval from the director before making the final decision on any set designs or props. Work with the Light Designer to coordinate light with the set. Click here for how to build set pieces Click here and here for painting techniques.

  • Run Sheets:

Creates run sheets for the show to track preset, scene changes, and post-show scenic and props responsibilities - This must be submitted to the ASM. This should include all the set and props set up before the show, and the scene changes with: when, where, out of which set and into which set? Who’s helping with the change? Are there any special instructions? 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Set up props table 

Presets scenic pieces

Presets props pieces

Oversees all scenic changes

Assists clean up of the props table

Assistant Scenic Designer and Assistant Props Master

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Props Plot: 

Read the script and make a props  list: Which characters use which items and  when (what page number).  State your design concept,  important prop notes, etc. Click here and here for examples. Compare list to Props Master’s

  • Read the Common Set Problems

  • Assist with Drafting Ground Plan:

Assist with drawing a basic ground plan. Click here for an example and here for drafting symbols.

  • 3D Model:

Create a 3D model of the set using the basic ground plan and set renderings

  • Assists with building, painting, making and buying set pieces and props: 

 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Assist with props table set up

Presets scenic pieces

Assists with all scenic changes

Assists clean up of the props table

Scenic and Props Team

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Assist Scenic Designer and Assistant

As needed, assist with building, painting, etc of set pieces and props

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Sweep Stage

Mop Stage

Assist with props preset

Assist with scenic preset

Assists with all scenic changes

Strike onstage props

Strike SR and SL props

Put away all scenic items backstage

Marketing Manager

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track overall budget 

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist  

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Social Media:

Responsible for updating theatre instagram page with rehearsal pictures/videos at least twice a week

  • Poster Distribution:

Oversees the distribution of posters to the community. This includes creating a list of places to hang posters at and assigning locations to members in the company.

  • Official Trailer and Promo Video: 

Serves as production person for camerawork and for editing the videos

  • Lobby Displays: 

Creates materials for lobby displays - using items from each tech team. Also creates displays of the cast and crew with headshots.

  • Concessions: 

Creates concessions posters, decorations and stargrams

  • Usher Training: 

Train ushers on checking tickets and passing out programs

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Serves as house manager during the performances of the show

Oversees audience set up

Oversees stage apron (once the house opens, no one is allowed on the apron - cast, crew or audience member)

Oversees lobby set up - concessions, and tickets tables and decor

Oversees ushers

Responsible for blinking house lights 1 minute before curtain opens

Responsible for turning house lights on for intermission after announcement

Responsible for blinking lights 1 minute before intermission ends

Responsible for turning lights on after curtain call

Oversees lobby clean up

Oversees house clean up - all items, trash, programs, chairs, etc

Digital Marketing Manager

  • Production Calendar: 

Ensures all deadlines are met

  • Budget: 

Manages and track marketing budget. All marketing materials that must be purchased through amazon, the dollar store and etsy

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist 

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Social Media:

Responsible for updating theatre instagram page with rehearsal pictures/videos at least twice a week

  • Official Trailer Shot List and Promotional Video Shot List:

Create a script and shot list for the trailer and Promo Video similar to the original movie trailer

  • Official Trailer and Promotional Video Storyboard:

Create a storyboard for the trailer and Promo Video similar to the original movie trailer

  • Official Trailer

Work with all tech teams and actors to create a trailer of the plot, characters, dancing and singing. Use editing software to complete video.

  • Promotional Video 

Work with all tech teams and actors to create a promotional video of the show and the work behind the show. Use editing software to complete video.

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Assists with audience set up

Assists with lobby set up - concessions, and tickets tables and decor

Works as an usher pre-show 

Works as a spotlight operator during the show (see light designer for details)

Marketing Crew Responsibilities

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets marketing  department deadlines  

  • Budget: 

Manages and track marketing budget. All marketing materials that must be purchased through amazon, the dollar store and etsy

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Official Trailer Shot List and Promotional Video Shot List:

Create a script and shot list for the trailer and Promo Video similar to the original movie trailer

  • Official Trailer and Promotional Video Storyboard:

Create a storyboard for the trailer and Promo Video similar to the original movie trailer

  • Official Trailer and Promotional Video

Serves as production person for camerawork and for editing the trailer/promo video

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

​Assists with audience set up

Assists with lobby set up - concessions, and tickets tables and decor

Works as an usher pre-show 

Works as a spotlight operator during the show (see light designer for details)

Lighting Designer

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets light department deadlines 

  • Budget: 

Manages and track light budget. All light supplies that must be purchased with the size, color,  price, and quantity. Please limit your purchases to the Philadelphia Theatrical Supplies or Amazon

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist 

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Preliminary Lighting Cue Sheet: 

Read through the play and determine where the light cues are and what they could be. This cue list will be discussed and refined with the help of the director

  • Light Design Inspiration Board: 

Research light appropriate to the play. What is the era? What other factors would affect the light and environment? Images should be inspirations for your design that focuses on the colors and shapes appropriate for the time period of the play.  

  • Oversees hanging, focusing, and programming 

Moves lights on stage as necessary, focuses lights, as necessary, creates magic sheet and programs all cues into the light board. Make sure to get approval from the director before making the final decision on any final lighting cue. Work with the Set Designer to coordinate mood and atmosphere.

  • Final Lighting Cue Sheet: 

Watch a final run of the show and ensure where the light cues are and that they are correct. This cue list must include any lighting - spotlights, cyc lights, etc. A copy of this list should be given to the spotlight operators, the stage manager(s) and the marketing director (for lobby display)

  • Run Sheets:

Creates run sheets for the show to track preset, and post-show lighting responsibilities and who they are assigned to - This must be submitted to the ASM.

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Oversees set up of light board and spotlights

Covers emergency lights with black poster board

Completes a light check before each show

Oversees the run of the lights during the show

Oversees spot light operators

Oversees light board and spotlights storage

Assistant Electrician

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets light department deadlines

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Light Board Training

Assists with light cues and programming of the light board. 

Assists hanging, focusing, and programming 

Moves lights on stage as necessary, focuses lights, as necessary, assists with creating magic sheet and programs all cues into the light board. 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Assists with set up of light board and spotlights

Covers emergency lights with black poster board

Completes a light check before each show

Runs light board or spot lights during show 

Ensures light board and spotlights are put away

Costume Designer

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets costume department deadlines  

  • Budget: 

Manages and track costume budget. All costumes that must be purchased with the size, color,  price, and quantity. Please limit your purchases to amazon, costumer.com and etsy

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Costume Design Inspiration Board: 

Costume research appropriate to the play. What is the era? What other factors would affect what the characters wear? Images that present the era, style of play, example costume pieces and style.

  • Costume Plot: 

Read the script and make a costume list: Which characters wear which costumes and  when (what page number).  State your design concept, your color palette, important costume items, double cast roles, cast sizes/ allergies, costume groups, and costume items. Each costume is broken down into the specific pieces that make up that costume (skirt, blouse, apron. etc) 

  • Costume renderings: 

Renderings are full-color drawings of the front or back view of a character in costume. Work with the director for preferences.  Director has the final say and must give approval on all costumes. 

  • Oversees pulling, fitting and altering costumes: 

Make sure to get approval from the director before making the final decision on any costume. Work with the Makeup Designer to coordinate hair and makeup looks

  • Run Sheets:

Creates run sheets for the show to track preset, quick changes, changes, and post-show costume responsibilities - This must be submitted to the ASM. This should include all the quick changes with: Who, which character, when, where, out of which costume and into which costume? Who’s helping with the change? Are there any special instructions? 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Set up quick-change areas 

Assists with check-ins of all costumes

Completes costume quality check of every actor before curtain

Oversees all costume quick changes

Assists with check-outs of all costumes

Wardrobe Supervisor

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets costume department deadlines  

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Costume Pieces List:

Creates a pieces list for check-in and check-out, using the costume plot from the costume designer

  • Actor Measurements:

Completes a measurement sheet for each actor or anyone wearing a costume in the show. Needs: shirt size, shoe size, identification of any fabric allergies, religious requirements, anything an actor does in the show that might affect their costume

  • Assist pulling, fitting and altering costumes: 

Make sure to get approval from the director before making the final decision on any costume

  • Costume Maintenance Form:

This is where actors can make notes of any problems they are having with their costume so the costume department can handle them

  • Costume Check-in and Check-out List: 

Uses the costume pieces list to make a checklist which the wardrobe supervisor will use to make sure that all of the pieces of every costume are returned after every performance

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Set up dressing rooms/locker rooms

Responsible for laundry and costume maintenance 

Oversees check-outs of all costumes

Completes costume quality check of every actor during the show

Oversees check-ins of all costumes. Responsible for ensuring that all of the pieces of every costume are returned and hung correctly

Wardrobe Assistants

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets costume department deadlines  

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Actor Measurements:

Assists with taking actor’s measurements

  • Assist pulling, fitting and altering costumes: 

Make sure to get approval from the director before making the final decision on any costume

  • Assist Costume Designer and Wardrobe Supervisor 

As needed, assist with any assignments, paperwork, projects, etc as needed

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

​Assists with setting up dressing rooms/locker rooms and quick changes

Assists with check-outs of all costumes

Assists with quick changes during the show

Assists check-ins of all costumes - ensuring that all of the pieces of every costume are returned and hung correctly

Oversees the clean up of the bathrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms - ensuring no costume pieces or personal items are left behind

Assists with laundry and costume maintenance between shows

Makeup/Hair Designer

Advanced Theatre Arts Student preferred

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets makeup department deadlines

  • Budget: 

Manages and track makeup and hair budget. All makeup and hair items that must be purchased with the size, color,  price, and quantity. Please limit your purchases to Ben Nye Makeup and Amazon

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Makeup Design Inspiration Board: 

Makeup and Hair research appropriate to the play. What is the era? What other factors would affect what the characters look like? Images that present the era, style of play, example makeup, hairstyles, and techniques

  • Makeup Worksheet:

Complete the makeup planning worksheet to plan out your approach to this show

  • Makeup Renderings: 

Renderings are full-color drawings of the front or back view of a character in hair and makeup. State your design concept, your color palette, important makeup items, double cast roles, cast details and allergies. Each character should have a separate rendering, even if played by the same actor.  Work with the director for preferences. Director has the final say and must give approval on all looks. Work with the Costume Designer to coordinate hair and makeup looks 

  • Makeup Hygiene Training

Ensures that all makeup artists are trained to keep the makeup, the applicators, the application areas and all the supplies sanitized and organized. 

  • Oversees makeup and hair training 

Ensures that all actors are able self-apply basic stage makeup and are knowledgeable in how to do their hair. For any makeup, other than basic, ensure that the makeup artists know how to apply to actors correctly, quickly and hygienically. 

  • Run Sheets:

Creates run sheets for the show to track preset, quick changes, changes, and post-show makeup responsibilities - This must be submitted to the ASM. This should include all the quick makeup changes with: Who, which character, when, where, out of which makeup and into which makeup? Who’s helping with the change? Are there any special instructions? 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Assists with set up makeup and hair application area 

Oversees all makeup application

Oversees all hair application

Completes makeup and hair quality check of every actor before curtain

Oversees all makeup  quick changes

Assists with clean up of all makeup and hair supplies

Makeup Artist

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets costume department deadlines

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Makeup Hygiene Training

Complete training on how to keep the makeup, the applicators, the application areas and all the supplies sanitized and organized. 

  • Makeup and Hair Application Training

Complete training on how to apply basic stage makeup, and any special character makeup. Complete training on the hairstyles to be used. Practice, Practice, Practice.

  • Assist with makeup and hair training 

Ensures that all actors are able self-apply basic stage makeup and are knowledgeable in how to do their hair. 

 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Set up makeup and hair application areas

Assist with all makeup application

Assist with all hair application

Assist with all makeup  quick changes

Oversees clean up of all makeup and hair supplies - responsible for ensuring that all tools. makeup, and area are sanitized, organized and packed away before curtain call

Sound Designer

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets light department deadlines

  • Budget: 

Manages and track sound budget. All sound supplies that must be purchased with the size, color,  price, and quantity. Please limit your purchases to the Philadelphia Theatrical Supplies or Amazon

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program 

  • Preliminary Sound Cue Sheet: 

Read through the play and determine where the sound cues are and what they could be. This cue list will be discussed and refined with the help of the director

  • Sound Design Inspiration “Board”:

Research music/sounds appropriate to the play. What is the era? What other factors would affect the environment? Music should be inspirations for your design that focuses on the mood and style appropriate for the time period of the play.  Create a spotify playlist to share with the director. This music will be played pre-show, during intermission and post-show.

  • Oversees mixer board, microphones and cable set up

Set ups the sound table and runs cables to mixer board. Cables should be zip tied together and taped to floor/wall with painters tape.  Ensures all equipment is working properly and is used properly by actors and techs.

  •  Signal flow chart and microphone assignments

Creates a chart for who has what microphone, when, when it needs to be turned on and off and what levels it should be set to. Also includes if it changes actors, to who, when and WHO is changing it.

  • Final Sound Cue Sheet: 

Watch a final run of the show and ensure where the sound cues are and that they are correct. This cue list must include any sounds - music, sound effects, mics, mic changes, etc. A copy of this list should be given to the sound operators, the stage manager(s) and the marketing director (for lobby display)

  • Run Sheets:

Creates run sheets for the show to track preset, and post-show lighting responsibilities and who they are assigned to - This must be submitted to the ASM. 

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

Oversees set up of sound board and mics

Trains all actors who use mics how to care for them and use them properly

Completes a sound check before every show

Oversees the run of the sound during the show

Oversees sound operators

Oversees sound board and mics storage

Deck Audio

  • Production Calendar: 

Meets light department deadlines

  • To-Do List: 

Keeps up and tracks to-do checklist 

  • Production/Rehearsal Notes:  

Notes received from the director, stage manager, etc. should be written down and tracked through the rehearsal. These notes will need to be added to the to-do list 

  • Biography Creation: 

Google form for information for Show Program

  • Mixer board and microphones training

Complete training on mixing board and microphones - how to use and store them properly. Students may not handle sound equipment without proper training.

  • Assist with mixer board, microphones and cable set up

Assists with set up of the sound table and runs cables to mixer board. Cables should be zip tied together and taped to floor/wall with painters tape.  Assists with checking all equipment

  • Assists with signal flow chart and microphone assignments

Assists with creating a chart for who has what microphone, when, when it needs to be turned on and off and what levels it should be set to. Also includes if it changes actors, to who, when and WHO is changing it.

TECH WEEK/PERFORMANCE: 

 

Sets up sound board and mics

Assists with training all actors who use mics how to care for them and use them properly

Completes a sound check before every show

Prepares wireless mics

Helps actors get in and out of wireless mic apparatus at each tech rehearsal and performance

Runs the sound during the show

Puts sound board and mics into storage

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