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Stage Management
  • Saturdays, to
    10:00 am - 01:00 pm
Marianne Infante
TAPAC class

A series of koha workshops exploring the art of stage management, led by theatre and film practitioner Marianne Infante from Proudly Asian Theatre and Te & Kuya Collaborative.

You’ll learn practical tips on a variety of topics, from industry etiquette and communication to risk assessment and wellbeing.

Key topics covered over the workshop series will include:

  • What are the fundamentals and purpose of a Stage Manager? 
  • A discussion of wellness and wellbeing in the role
  • Industry etiquette and practice
  • The connection and shift of the role from Stage Manager of rehearsals to Stage Manager during a production season
  • Communication, Rehearsals and Show reports
  • Annotating a Stage Manager’s script
  • Risk Assessment, Health & Safety focus
  • Stage Manager's Gear
  • Do's and Dont's

All levels of experience are welcome. Places will be limited to 10 people only, so enrol now to secure your place.

Saturday 8 May - 10.00am-1.00pm

Sunday 30 May - 10.00am-1.00pm

Saturday 5 June - 10.00am-1.00pm

This workshop runs across several dates so participants must be able to attend all dates of the course.

Teaching artist

Marianne Infante

Marianne Infante

Marianne is a multidisciplinary Kapampangán practitioner in theatre and film based in Auckland. A graduate of Unitec’s Bachelor in Performing Arts, Majoring in Screen and Theatre Acting, Marianne is Proudly Asian Theatre’s Executive Producer and Co-Founder of Te & Kuya Collaborative. She aims to empower and authentically represent Pan-Asian voices and support the growth of Asian talents in film and theatre.