stagehand

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stagehand

a person who sets the stage, moves props, etc., in a theatrical production
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His article, based on a chapter in his forthcoming book, examines the fly tower of a typical nineteenth-century theatre for what it tells us about the working lives of stagehands in those days.
Essentially, the Stagehands help form a key element in our digital magazine's distribution network," said Wien.
I was a stagehand at the University Fine Arts Center.
City of Eugene officials are negotiating labor contracts with representatives from the city's firefighters' union and the union that represents the city's Hult Center for the Performing Arts stagehands.
They run around, kicking out wires, getting in the way of stagehands and are a real problem.
As rehearsals for the upcoming shows get underway and Jessica is assigned the task of delivering food to the hardworking actors and low-earning stagehands, she soon discovers that even the most famous of people are often forced to make difficult decisions in life.
Parishioners include actors, stagehands and producers.
From costumers to choreographers, performers to stagehands, this book is fascinating.
But many legiters believe both sides will aim to be collegial in the wake of the stagehands strike.
Then Broadway went dark for 19 days, shuttering 31 theaters, 27 shows, and one Duran Duran concert as stagehands in a contract dispute with producers paced in front of dark marquees.
I was just in New York, where the Broadway stagehands are also striking.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg called for Broadway theatre owners and stagehands to "come together and resolve their differences" after a strike closed the Great White Way.