The Waterbury Festival Playhouse -- Central Vermont's only Semi-Professional Theater
The artistic participants are all compensated.
Attend all rehearsals for which you are scheduled, unless previously arranged,
and attend all performances. Prepare as required by the director, which may
include among other things memorization of lines according to schedule.
Prepare an organized sense of the show, and plan and execute a
rehearsal schedule designed to accomplish it.
Assist the director up to the opening of the show. Aid in the
running of rehearsals. Maintain notes as requested by the director.
Good opportunity to learn the process of directing.
Design, create and accumulate all the costumes required for the show
in conjunction with the director and the rest of the design team. This
will include attention to accessories that may overlap with properties,
and hair style. Typically costumes should be ready at the beginning of
the rehearsal process. Measuring and fitting sessions will be scheduled
Design, create and accumulate all the set pieces required for the
show in conjunction with the director and the rest of the design
team. Set pieces will include furnishings as well as construction.
Sets should be ready and reviewed before the show gains access to
The season is divided into 2 seasons. Summer and Fall. A single
lighting plot will be designed for each season. The design has
to service all the shows within that season. The Lighting Designer
will have to coordinate with all the design teams for that season.
The designer will have to design and hang the plot for all shows,
program the lighting equipment, and train the operators.
Design, create and accumulate all the pieces required for the show
in conjunction with the director and the rest of the design team.
All property pieces or suitable practice pieces will be available
at the beginning of the show's rehearsal.