Lindsay Kiernan in rehearsal for My Fair Lady
Oversees all business needs of the show. Examples include:
Company Manager (ATPAM)
This position reports directly to the General Manager, serves on the local management team, and is responsible for a variety of responsibilities in the areas of human resources, finance, and general administration. Responsibilities include oversight of the day to day local finances of the company; weekly payroll processing for all production employees, partnership in the budgeting, year-end, and financial reporting processes. Additionally, the Company Manager is the local HR point of contact for the show and oversees the day to day of benefit systems, orientation systems, hiring, development, conflict resolution, and morale.
At theater each night. Part of Actors' Equity Association.
Stage Manager and Mentor, Cel Yokoo
Lisa Dawn Cave's set-up for calling the cues for Rocky
Stage Manager and Mentor, Cherie B. Tay
Stage Manager Molly Shea on headset at the Tony Awards
Oversees all physical production needs of the show.
A member of the Stage Management team hired by the PSM. They will work from the first day of rehearsal in the rehearsal room helping create paperwork, run props, manage and distribute script changes, manage and distribute music changes. In the theatre, they will assist the 1st Assistant and ASM in the initial running of the show. The position generally ends in Previews and always by Opening. The PA often goes on to be the SM sub for training and coverage purposes.