COMING SOON -- Please check back for intended launch date.
While it's great to think that you'll be able to focus solely on managing and perhaps calling your show, the reality is that production companies are more and more often calling on stage managers to wear other hats, including those of the Company Manager, Production Manager or even Resident Director.
Production Management for Stage Managers is an excellent primer for your dual-role of stage manager and production manager. Learn the basics of advancing a show on tour, essential skills and procedures, as well as how to find the information you'll need to be successful.
COURSE START DATE: Coming Soon - Not Yet On Offer
Instructor: Terrence Williams
Course Length: 10-15 hours (estimated)
Difficulty Level: All experience levels
Prerequisites: SM 101 is a required per-requisite for this course
Program Type: Certificate with Verifiable Credential
Syllabus coming soon.
Terrence R. Williams is an internationally touring Production Stage Manager, Production Manager and Director, with over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. Terrence has worked with notable groups including Circus 1903, Spiegelworld's ABSINTHE and EMPIRE, Le Noir, Cirque du Soleil, David Copperfield, Illusionist Steve Wyrick, HBO, and Sony Pictures, among others. Mr Williams is a regular guest-lecturer at universities worldwide, with an emphasis on time-sensitive critical thinking skills for stage management and using technology to improve the management of live productions. Terrence now teaches for Stagecraft Academy, where he teaches the world's first-ever First Aid for Stage Managers course, blending practical first aid knowledge with show operations best practices.