Monday Meetings

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Second stage holds three meetings with each Second Stage show in the month leading up to their performance. All members of the production team must attend.  This includes but is not limited to the director, the stage manager, assistant stage managers, all designers (set, lights, sound, costume and props), and the music director, if applicable. The requirements for each meeting are listed below.

If any of your required production team members are unable to attend the meeting, or if you cannot bring any of the required documents, please contact your General Advisors at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. 

4-Week Meeting

Email your preliminary ITEMIZED budget to your GAs.  Please be as accurate as possible.  Refer to our production guide for a sample budget.

3 copies of your cast and crew contact information.

Preliminary set design to be approved by Rebecca Foster (Second Stage’s faculty advisor and the Facilities Manager for the ’92 Theater) and Second Stage’s Buildings and Maintenance Liaison.

2-Week Meeting

Email your updated budget to your GAs.  Please note any changes since your 4-week meeting.

Any set design revisions.

Light plot to be approved by Second Stage’s Lights and Rigging Liaison

3 copies of your preliminary poster design.  The poster must say “Sponsored by Second Stage,” include the dates and year of the production, and abide by your rights agreement.  Your poster must be approved by Second Stage before you can print anything.

1-Week Meeting

Email your final itemized budget.  Pleas note any changes since your 2-week meeting.

4 copies of your final poster.

3 copies of your preliminary program.  The program must say “Sponsored by Second Stage” on the front and “Second Stage is” on the back with a list of all current Second Stage staff members (listed here).  Like the poster, it must also state the dates and year of your production, abide by your rights agreement, and be approved by Second Stage before any copies are printed.