The Stage Management Handbook  by Daniel A. Ionazzi (Author)

Ionazzi (productions, UCLA School of Theatre) offers this textbook for stage managers and stage management classes. It is arranged logically in four parts following the chronology of production. The last section is devoted to organizational behavior, an area not often developed in such texts.

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Stage Management (8th Edition)  by Lawrence Stern (Author)

Full of practical aids—checklists, diagrams, examples, forms, and step-by-step directions—this book has been used and admired by students and theater professionals alike. It eschews excessive discussion of philosophy and, instead, gets right to the essential materials and processes of putting on a production.

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Stage Management: A Practical Guide  by Soozie Copley, Philippa Killner, Cameron Mackintosh(Author)

Stage Management examines every facet of this exciting and pivotal theatrical profession, from first receiving a copy of the script, through the rehearsal process and production period, to “putting the show away” after the final performance. Written for amateurs, students, and practitioners alike, it offers tips and tricks learned and used by two respected professionals.

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Stage Managing and Theatre Etiquette: A Basic Guide (Paperback)  by Linda Apperson (Author)

A handy manual and a great resource...will translate to a wonderful theater experience for cast, crew, and audience

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Essential Guide to Stage Management, Lighting And Sound (Essential Guides for Performing Arts)  by Scott Palmer (Author)

Presented in a textbook style this book explains and teaches the technical methodologies and techniques practiced in the professional theatre by the stage management team, lighting and sound designer or technician.

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Production Management: Making Shows Happen: A Practical Guide  by Peter Dean (Author)

Production Management takes you through the process of making shows happen from the point of view of the production manager. It describes the different types of productions, from small-scale amateur plays to international opera; the roles and skills of the production manager’s backstage teams; and theater administration.

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Stage Manager: The Professional Experience  by Larry Fazio (Author)

"Larry Fazio presents the journey of a stage manager, from interviewing for the position through striking a theatrical production. He describes what does-and sometimes, does not- make a good stage manager based on his own experience and that of other theatre professionals." - Janine Rauscher, Dramatics

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