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"All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players"
Our shows for the 2022/23 season are cast.
Our upcoming program schedule will be released soon and audition dates announced.
"I think there is no world without theatre."
The Churchmice Players organization, guided by the Board of Directors, is the monetary producer of all Churchmice Player productions and assumes the financial risk. There is a procedure to choose a play and to ensure an effective Production Team is in place.
The "Project" Producer
The Project Producer forms the Production Team based on the needs of the project. They arrange the show proposal and budget, the venues, auditions, rehearsals, and performance schedule. They report regularly to the Board. The Project Producer meets frequently with the Production Team to ensure that everyone has what they need to be successful, and people are in roles as needed. They procure the rights of the show, liaise with the show venues, oversee the marketing and ensures that the budget is adhered to.
This position requires good leadership, organization, and communication skills. Assistant producers can be utilized with a predetermined clear outline of the division of labor, which can be reorganized as needed.
The scenery, furniture, and props which the audience sees at a production of a play make up the set design. The Set Designer’s job is to design these physical surroundings where the action takes place – providing the audience information about the Director’s concept of the production.
The Set Designer works closely with the Director and Production team to ensure the creation of a unified look and feel for the production. A lively exchange of initial ideas and first impressions helps clarify the steps that each person needs to take in this intensely collaborative process.