Every production needs a good stage manager.
The SM keeps everything on stage and backstage running smoothly, keeps cast and crew organized and happy, and solves problems as they arise.
It’s a big job but it’s also very rewarding for someone who has organizational skills and likes to be in the thick of things.
The SM’s contribution to the success of the show cannot be overestimated. Available to those who have Stage managed or interested in doing so in the future.
To register email Sue Brooks or call 519-432-1029. IMPORTANT: For more information or to sign up for this workshop contact with name, email and phone number ASAP. There is only room for 10 participants.
We are delighted to announce that this workshop will be facilitated by Margaret Palmer!
2016: Production stage manager of the Festival Theatre and assistant stage manager of A Little Night Music. 33rd season. Stratford: Maggie has been PSM at the Avon, Tom Patterson and Festival theatres for 25 seasons. Stage-management credits include Henry IV (parts 1 and 2); Iolanthe; The Imaginary Invalid; My Fair Lady; A Man for All Seasons; Kiss Me, Kate; Guys and Dolls; The Government Inspector; Coriolanus; The Mikado (national tour, London’s Old Vic); and Twelfth Night (U.S. tour). Elsewhere: Maggie has worked at the St. Lawrence Centre (Toronto Arts Productions), MTC and, for 5 seasons, The Grand Theatre, where she stage-managed a Dora Award-winning production of A Little Night Music. Also in London, “Sylvia” for Fountainhead Theatre. She stage-managed Eugene Onegin (Manitoba Opera), the first Dream in High Park and the first Dora Awards. She did publicity for the NDWT Company and toured Canada with the Charlottetown Festival. Training: Graduate of the National Theatre School.