stagehand


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stagehand

a person who sets the stage, moves props, etc., in a theatrical production
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The stagehand claims nobody called an ambulance so her friend had to take her to hospital, but she was offered ice for her foot.
From stagehand to stockbroker to licensed CPA took about five years.
A veteran stagehand, Patton worked on shows like ''Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In,'' ''The Flip Wilson Show'' and ''The Richard Pryor Show.'' He moved onstage for a shuffling dance to Count Basie's ''Jumpin' at the Woodside'' on ''The Gong Show,'' the absurdist talent show hosted by Chuck Barris.
A stagehand said he had seen the 'glowing lady' on and off for years and a medium had told him she was the ghost of the mistress of the Duke of Argyll, whose house once stood on the spot now occupied by the theatre (and the street the Palladium stands in is named Argyll Street).
A stagehand in New York seeking a union job can use an IATSE card from another local or can be issued a general ACT (Associated Crafts and Technician) card, often used by touring crews and colloquially (and disparagingly) known as "Anyone Can Tour" cards.
The stagehand was employed by the venue - Jazz in the Lincoln Centre - but claimed NTS were liable for the wall's collapse as they were in charge at the time.
In addition, I work for stagehand unions in Amherst, Boston and Lowell.
Prior, a Los Angeles stagehand by trade, considers the ramifications of that question and more in his book, "Couch Potato Politics: Why America Is Screwed Up And Why It's Our Own Damn Fault." Mr.
AS a former stage manager at the Tyne Theatre, Newcastle, I know that April 8, is the 125th anniversary of the death of Robert Saddler Crowther - otherwise known as 'Bob The Ghost' - who was a stagehand employed on the Carl Rosa opera Nordisa and was killed by a cannon ball falling from the fly floor.
London, June 24 (ANI): 'Harry Potter' actor Daniel Radcliffe had apologized to the audience after an act of his play was cancelled following the death of a stagehand.
Herbert often helped out as a stagehand on the village vaudeville circuit; one night, a female slack-wire dancer fell, and Herbert, who had studied her act, took her place on the wire--making circus history and eventually becoming her husband.