The Rehearsal Companion is a comprehensive resource that will be your guide through problem-solving, getting organized, choosing the best warm-up for your play, giving notes, and keeping track of production goals.
There’s more to think about than blocking and learning lines – be the director who’s ready for anything!
You’ve chosen the play, paid the royalties, done the script analysis, held your auditions, and cast the show. Tomorrow is the first rehearsal. Are you ready? Really ready? The Rehearsal Companion can help!
Will you be ready if an actor drops out? Will you be ready for the mid-rehearsal blues? Will you be ready to have your tech week run as smoothly as possible? Will you be ready with a comprehensive strike checklist? You CAN be ready for all these rehearsal situations and more.Click to Read a Free Excerpt
by Lindsay Price
Help students take their show from first audition to opening night with The Student Director’s Handbook. This easy-to-use ebook is full of guidelines, tips and templates designed to help students create a vision, circumvent problems and organize rehearsals on their way to a successful production.
by Lindsay Price, by Lea Marshall
In the school market, you rarely have a marketing budget. But you have a lot of resources for publicity. You have social media, your students, community outreach, and more. The Production Publicity Toolkit can help you create the awareness and attention your production deserves.
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