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It's a great entry-level job for someone wanting to get into the concert or theater business who is eager to work hard. Most Stagehands will receive initial training for the job that could last anywhere from 3 weeks to several months.
viii) Pusher--pushes cases to and from loading dock to floor. This is a premium position which may also be referred to as the 'master electrician'. He/she performs the electrical hook-ups as required by the show, and is on the call as long as the electrics are hooked up.
It's a great entry-level job for someone wanting to get into the concert or theater business who is eager to work hard. Most Stagehands will receive initial training for the job that could last anywhere from 3 weeks to several months.
viii) Pusher--pushes cases to and from loading dock to floor. This is a premium position which may also be referred to as the 'master electrician'. He/she performs the electrical hook-ups as required by the show, and is on the call as long as the electrics are hooked up.
What skills do I need to be a Stagehand? Able to unload scenery, maintain and repair the 'flying' equipment and scenery. You don't have to be strong, but you do have to be quick, quiet and calm. Good with heights. Strong problem solver if there are issues during a show.
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The stagehand's responsibilities include setting up and testing sound, lighting, and other equipment, following the director's instructions, assisting performers backstage, and making adjustments to sets. You should also keep the stage clean by sweeping between performances and removing any waste.
There are no set qualifications needed to become a stagehand. A real interest in theatre, film or television is the most important entry requirement. Many people begin their career by working in amateur productions or as casual backstage staff in a local theatre.
11 Stagehand Essentials for Theatrical Crew Wrench. ... Screwdriver. ... Tool Lanyard. ... Utility Knife including pliers, wire cutters, blades. ... Safety Gloves. ... Flashlight/headlamp. ... Tape Measure. ... Tool Belt.
What are the main responsibilities of a Stagehand? Build and repair props and scenery. Building the set, including any mechanical or moving parts and making sure they work correctly. Loading, unloading and assembling scenery. Operating moving scenery alongside the Flypeople.
Career Advice for Female Stagehands Understand Backstage Work. Working as a stagehand is tough, irrespective of gender. ... Develop a Thick Skin. ... Regular Workouts. ... Improve your skills. ... Dress Properly at Work. ... Networking.

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