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This is not an exhaustive list. It is also important to understand that creating a successful career in the dramatic arts, entertainment & performing arts fields, also involves having multiple skills across various areas.
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An Actor is a person in theatre, television or film who tells a story by portraying a character.
A Stage Manager organises and coordinates a theatrical production and communications between various performance and production personnel for stage and/or screen.
Dramaturge is a professional position within a theatre company that deals mainly with research and development of plays & productions.
A Production Manager is responsible for realising the visions of the producer/director or choreographer. They coordinate the operations of areas such as scenic, wardrobe, lighting, sound, projection, visual & stage management
A Set & Costume Designer designs costumes for film or stage production. They work alongside the director, lighting designer, sound designer, and other creative personnel.
A Lighting Designer works within theatre productions to create the lighting, atmosphere, and time of day for the production in response to the text. They work closely with the stage manager.
A Voice & Movement Coach helps the performer develop confidence, clarity & projection of their voice. They also support the performer to use their body effectively to deliver the best performance possible.
Youth Theatre Coordinators create or facilitate collaborative theatre performances delivered by young people, often to help promote positive development through the medium of theatre.
A Theatre Studies Lecturer/Academic is responsible for the delivery and study of theatrical performance in relation to its literary, physical, psycho-biological, sociological, and historical contexts.
A Theatre Director has responsibility for the overall practical and creative interpretation of a dramatic script or musical score.