A school play requires a lot of work to succeed. To bring out the enchantment of theatre, everyone needs to work together throughout rehearsals and set construction. Even while you might not hear anyone praising the “amazing stage lighting” after the performance, excellent lighting is still just as crucial as strong performing.
Here are five fundamental guidelines for the lighting crew to adhere to whether your school is putting on a musical, a play, a comedy, a drama, or a modern play:
- Master the play.
The lighting crew won’t be performing on stage, but it’s still crucial that everyone is well-versed in the play. describing your interpretation of the event