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Disney's The Lion King Jr. Organizational Chart
Transcript of Disney's The Lion King Jr. Organizational Chart
Organizational Chart and
Stonecrest ES 2015/16
Disney's The Lion King Jr. Production Team
Education Week (May 2-6) 2016
Responsible for the dances and "musical staging" (any movement that takes place on stage to music)
Choreographic DVD is provided
Responsible for the music in the production: teaching it to the actors and helping them understand and interpret it
Piano Vocal Score is provided
Performance Accompaniment CD is provided
The Assistant Music Director (student) is responsible for starting and stopping the CD player during the performance
Responsible for everything that happens onstage during the show, for the look and "feel" of the production, and for the "artistic vision" behind it.
With help from the music director, choreography team, and design team, the director interprets the script and makes it come alive on stage
Responsible for the financial well-being of the production $$!!
Mentors for our student actors - we lead by example!
They are the liaison between the student actors and the production team
Supervises the publicity and promotion for the production
Prepares and distributes press releases and promotional materials (ads, posters)
Box Office Manager
Supervises the creation and selling of tickets to the performances
Almost all of our tickets will be sold to family and friends of the cast
Supervises the creation and printing of the program (playbill) *must follow MTI license rules
Responsible for making sure that the sets are built as per the Set Designer's instructions
(Theatrix Costumes Toronto)
Responsible for the unpacking, fitting, storage, and packing up of costume rentals. Must also coordinate their use during performances and tend to any wardrobe "malfunctions"!
Determines how lights will be used to illuminate the stage after studying the script and meeting with the director
Creates a "light plot" which indicates what kind of lighting equipment will be used, where it will be placed, how it will illuminate the stage, and when and how it will be operated
Using Wall Sound & Lighting rental equipment (strobes, disco ball, spot lighting, and additional lighting suspended from gym ceiling)
Uses a master lighting board during performances
Student crew members can help with the spot light, special effects (SFX), and using the master lighting board
Responsible for amplifying the actor's voices and the music in the show
Using Wall Sound & Lighting rental equipment (11 wireless microphones, 3 dynamic wired sound mics, wired headsets, and sound system)
Using a master sound board during the performances to control sound levels of various microphones and amplifiers
Accompaniment CD is provided
2 student crew members can help with the music and sound board
(The Office Ladies!)
Responsible for consulting with director, costume designer, make-up/hair stylist, and lighting to determine the kind of make-up and hair style for each performance
Acquires or constructs (with the help of Master Carpenter) set props (props part of the set) or hand props (hand-held props for actors)
Assisted by a student crew (Prop Crew) which coordinate their use during performances
Designs the sets after studying the script and meeting with the directors
Sets may include backdrops, setpieces like grasses of the Pridelands, and onstage sets (Pride Rock and the Elephant Graveyard)
Works with Master Carpenter
Responsibilities during rehearsals and performances include coordinating the activities of the actors, Prop Crew, and SFX Team
The Stage Managers make sure everything runs smoothly and properly both in rehearsal and onstage
2 are required (stage left and stage right)
Wired headsets help with communication during performances
The Design Team
Approximately 70-80 student acting roles (if we double the Ensemble, Lionesses and Hyenas!)
We may be able to incorporate a drumming team into the performances!
December 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, and 10
3:45 pm - 5:30 pm on our new stage!
Callbacks December 14, 15, and 16
Cast announced on December 17!
Actor's scripts are provided!
Responsible for the video taping of the show, editing, and final production
A video license has been purchased!
Responsible for the fundraising, and acquiring sponsorships to fund our production
Main fundraiser is our Hot Dog Days ($5000/year)
Sponsorship has come from local businesses (Sammy's, Darvesh, Dunrobin Meats, etc.)
A very specialized branch of the design team that is responsible for any of the "special effects" in the production (fog, strobe lighting, confetti cannon, etc.) * We will need to disable the smoke alarms on the stage if we want to use fog!
I am very interested in using projection to create background in our production. Not sure how to do this, but something we could look into!
West Carleton High School has costume racks that we can borrow!
(Craig, Jenn, Serena, and Tammy)
(Craig and Serena)