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ROLES IN A STAGE

PRODUCTION
BASIC ROLES THAT MOST
PLAYS REQUIRE
1.PRODUCER
2.DIRECTOR
3.PLAYWRIGHT
4.SET DESIGNER
5.LIGHTNING DESIGNER
6.COSTUME DESIGNER
7.SOUND DESIGNER
8.PRODUCTION MANAGER
9.TECNICAL DIRECTOR
10.CHOREOGRAPHER
11.MAKEUP DESIGNER
PRODUCER

Person who takes place the play


from a mere concept to an
actual finished presentation.
PRODUCER

Person who selects the script,


secures financial backing, leases
the theater, & hires all
production personnel.
DIRECTOR

The overall artistic coordinator of the


entire production.

Like a conductor of an orchestra, he or


she has a vision of the desired total
effect and impact of the performance
PLAYWRIGHT

Person who develops and writes the script.

For a script intended for stage performance, the writer of the


script is more specifically called a playwright.
The initial concept or plot may be original, and then
developed into a play script is more script.

Or it may be based on an existing story or another play which


the playwright will then adapt to present in a new way.
SET DESIGNER

The concept and creation of the physical stage is


the task of the set designer. He or she builds the set
(or sets) that will simulate the world that the play’s
characters are supposed to live in.
SET DESIGNER

Works in consultation with the Director and


the Production Manager to articulate the
primary vision of the production through the
design and creation of sets.
Set scan be realistic or implied; giving the
audience a sense of where the action of the
play is taking place.
LIGHTNING DESIGNER

Person responsible for the design,


installation, and operation of the
lighting and special electrical effects
used during the production.
LIGHTNING DESIGNER

Lighting is critical in designing the mood of each


scene in the play, highlighting a dramatic moment,
signaling the entrance of a character, focusing
attention on a specific spot on stage, or even
providing the blanket of darkness for set and prop
changes.
COSTUME DESIGNER

Person responsible for the design,


visual appearance, and function of the
costumes, accessories, & make-up.
COSTUME DESIGNER

He or she decides what attire will not


only give the audience a clear sense of
the setting,but will express each
character’s personality and distinct
qualities.
SOUND DESIGNER

Person responsible for the design,


recording, and playback of all music and
sound effects used in a production,
including live re-enforcement.
SOUND DESIGNER

Similar to the lighting designer, the sound designer serves a vital


role in creating and enhancing the atmosphere of the
performance.
The sound Designer works with all these to support the action
and interaction and interaction taking place on stage.
PRODUCTION MANAGER

Responsible to assist in the creation of a


unified look throughout all the above areas.
They assure each of the other areas meets
deadlines in a timely manner.
PRODUCTION MANAGER

Coordinating all the complex behind-the-scenes


details of staging a play .

Insuring that all the needed elements,facilities,and


equipment are not only available,but are in good
working order,properly catalogued and labeled.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Person responsible for supervising all crews


.
Shadows the play’s director throughout the entire production
process.
Carefully notes how each actor and every member of the
stage,sound,lightning,and costume crews need to be coordinated
to bring the director’s vision to life-ensuring that every
instruction is properly executed.
CHOREOGRAPHER

• he/she not only plans out all the dance steps to suit the music, but
also rehearses the actor until they are able to perform the dance
skillfully – while remaining “in character” on stage.

responsible for designing dances that may be needed and teaching


them to the cast. Most of the dance we use should be fairly simple
and easy to learn. The stage director will usually have a vision of
what the dance should look like, where it should take place, and so
on. The choreographer's responsibility is to make that vision happen
on stage.
MAKEUP DESIGNER

Responsible for creating all general and special


effects make-up (including any prosthetics) for a
production.
MAKEUPDESIGNER

As the costume designer deliberates on the


characters’ main attire, the makeup designer
is brought in to plan the hairstyles and
makeup to complement the costumes.
QUIZ
Identify the following:
1. The overall artistic coordinator of the entire
production. Like a conductor of an orchestra.
2. The person who takes play from a mere
concept to an actual finished presentation.
3. The one who decides what attire will the artist
will wear during the play.
4. The person who plans out all the dance steps
to suit the music.
5. The person who is tasked with overseeing the
crews for the sets and props, the sound an music,
the lighting and the costumes.
6. The make-up designer is brought to plan
hairstyles and make-up to complement the
costumes.
7. A playwright is the one sets the stage for a
play.
8. Sound designer is the who is assigned to
music and sound to suit the general time and
place of the play, as well as the particular scene.
9. Technical director shadow’s the play director
throughout the entire production process.
10. The lighting designer is assigned to make the
script for the play.
ANSWERS:

1. Director 9.True
2. Producer 10. False
3. Costume designer
4. Choreographer
5. Production manager
6. True
7. False
8. True
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