The work schedule during the build is usually from 9:00 AM until 10:00 PM with an 1 1/2 hour breaks for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday.  The schedule is full and fast-paced with a season that includes Cymbeline, Noises Off, Macbeth, My Fair Lady, and a children’s show.

The electrics crew arrives on Saturday, May 17th.

Light Focus:

May 31  9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
June 1 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
June 3 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM                                                               June 4 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM

 

Light/Sound Dry Tech:

June 5 – Cymbeline   9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
June 6 – Noises Off   9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
June 7 – Macbeth 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
June 8 - My Fair Lady   9:00 AM – 12:30 PM / 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Light/Sound Dry Tech are periods for the  Lighting Designer, Sound Designer, and the director to set cues in the space with as much painted scenery as possible without the disruption of actors and other technical  aspects of the production.

Technical Rehearsals:

June 11 – Cymbeline   7:00 P – 10:30 P
June 12 – Cymbeline   9:00 A – 12:30 P / 2:00 P – 5:30 P / 6:30 P – 10:30 P

June 13 – Noises Off   7:00 P – 10:30 P
June 14 – Noises Off   9:00 A – 12:30 P / 2:00 P – 5:30 P / 6:30 P – 10:30 P

June 15 – Macbeth   7:00 P – 10:30 P
June 17 – Macbeth   9:00 A – 12:30 P / 2:00 P – 5:30 P / 6:30 P – 10:30 P

June 18 - My Fair Lady  7:00 P – 10:30 P
June 19 - My Fair Lady   9:00 A – 12:30 P / 2:00 P – 5:30 P / 6:30 P – 10:30 P

Dress Rehearsals:

June 22, 23, 24, 25
Dress w/tech – 8:00 A – 12:30 P
Run w/tech – 2:00 P – 5:30 P
Dress w/tech- 6:30 P – 10:30 P

June 26, 27, 28, 29
Final Dress w/tech - 12:30 P – 4:30 P

Openings:

June 26 – Cymbeline  7:30 P
June 27 – Noises Off  7:30 P
June 28 – Macbeth  7:30 P
June 29 – My Fair Lady  7:30 P

The children’s show begins production and rehearsals on July 1 after the repertory season has opened.   The children show opens on Wednesday, July 16 at 10:00 AM.

Electricians are assigned to at least two, but no more than three, of the shows as the light board operator or deck electrician.  Electricians also serve on the light change-over crew.  During the performances, Thursday through Sunday, the Festival has change-overs after each matinee and evening performances.

Although there is an immense amount of work that is required for the season TSF is dedicated to providing an environment that is both nurturing and humane and one that creates a spirit of trust, collaboration and mutual respect.

TSF Lighting Department consist of the Festival Lighting Designer, Master Electrician, an Assistant Master Electrician, and two lighting interns.

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Festival Lighting Designer is responsible for designing lights, on a Festival Plot, for five shows in a six-show repertory. The Lighting Designer will provide plots and paper work for the implementation of the Lighting Design.

Master Electrician is responsible for the implementation of the Lighting Design for a six-show season and for the installation and maintenance of all lighting equipment.  The ME will supervise and assign all lighting running and change-over crews.  Will serve, as needed, as the light board operator for at least one show. The ME will also serve as the Lighting Designer for the children’s show.

The Assistant Master Electrician will assist in the implementation of the Lighting Design for a six-show season and for the installation and maintenance of all lighting equipment.  The AME will assist on all lighting running and change-over crews.  Will serve, as needed, as the light board operator for at least one show. The AME will also serve as the Master Electrician for the children’s show.

Lighting Interns are Festival Technical Interns assigned primarily to the lighting departments.  They will assist the implementation of the Lighting Design for a six-show season and assist in the installation and maintenance of all lighting equipment.  Interns will be assigned to the lighting running and change-over crews.  Will serve, as needed, as the light board operator for at least two shows.

Lighting Inventory

12 Colortran 5/50 series  beam spreads 50 deg
42 Colortran 5/50 series  beam spread 20/30/40 deg
11  Colortran Zooms  beam spreads 15-35 deg
61  Colortran 2300 series  beam spreads 12/20/30/40
12  6″ Fresnels
22   PAR 64
8  18″ scoop lights
4  Beam Projectors
4  3 cell sky cycs
30  Altman  6*12

 

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House left lighting balcony.

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Stage from house right with view of side stage/balcony

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