The successful implementation of a production or event depends heavily upon the management of it’s elements. The lighting, sound, vision, media content, occupational health and safety considerations, crew and cast lists, guest list, and such all need to be coordinated and facilitated by someone, or more importantly a group of people.
If you have read this far, I congratulate you! On this page I am not going to go on for hours about management rhetoric and organizational theories, instead I am going to show you some of my past work, and the results of that work. This is the place that I will show my work in the art of Technical, Stage and Production Management. Risk Assessments, Safe Work Method Statements, Contact Lists, Action Registers and so on are as much a piece of art as a set design or physical sculpture, because they must have a logical form, yet present information both efficiently and economically.
Whoh, almost got lost on that mangerial rhetoric train of thought, so lets get down to business, and start with some examples from past work.
Production/Stage Manager – Ranters Theatre “Song” – Arts House North Melbourne, April
Technical Manager – Klue, Doh! Production – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December
Technical Manager – Klue, Doh! Creative Development – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March
Technical Support Officer @ Signal – City of Melbourne (Part Time)
Waterproof – Marita Fox, Melbourne City Baths
Emerge – Melbourne Ballet Company
King Ubu – Mac Robertson Girls School
Launch Party – The Hayloft Project