Useful Documents For Shows
Second Stage's "How the Hell to Put On a Show" Guide. Your one-stop spot for all (well, most) of your questions about shows. Includes requirements for Monday Meetings, a sample budget, Second Stage's reimbursement policy, etc.
If you're working on a show with Second Stage, you probably need to attend at least three Monday Meetings. Click here for this semester's schedule.
You've already applied to Second Stage, and you've either been assigned to the '92 Theater or asked to find an alternate space. Regardless, download this form, get the required signatures (your General Advisor and, if in the '92, Ed Chiburis) and bring/email the form to Elisa Del Valle to officially reserve your space.
So you want to put on a show? Download this application, fill it out (by hand or on the computer) and email/hand it to any Second Stage staff member. We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2013 season, but we are trying a new way of app submi
Interested in being on staff? We will be accepting applications in the middle of the semester. You can take a look at our application form here if you are interested. If you are thinking about applying, we recommend that you speak to a current staff member. All of our contact information is available here, so don't hesitate to call or email any of us.
Are you a lighting designer or set designer for a show in the '92 theater? Vectorworks Spotlight is the industry standard program for theatrical design, and is available to students for free via request on their website. This document contains the blueprint of the theater as well as the available lighting resources.