the production book

Tuesday February 20, 2018

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...to the production book. A website/web-app for use by production departments in the theatre and associated performing arts industries.

It’s about the people, not the paperwork; let's get ourselves out of the office and back onto the floor.

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The Production Book

It's about the people, not the paperwork; lets get ourselves out of the office and back onto the floor

With this ethos in mind, the sketch site for the production book is at:
www.marksimpson.co.uk/tpb/

Seminars, looking at how people might engage with this initiative, have taken place at the National Student Drama Festival, JISC and at the Royal Opera House. More in the pipeline - watch this space…

And providing food for thought on a daily basis, encouraging an intelligent approach to Stage Management, iSM has its new look site at:
www.ism.uk.com

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NB you don't need USERNAME or PASSWORD for this sketch site, so just click the green buttons on this page and the next to get in.

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Food for thought...

The colour green

Superstition: The colour green is considered to be unlucky. This is said to date from the time when most performances were given out-of-doors. Wearing green would make it hard to distinguish the actor from grass/trees/bushes in the natural setting beyond the performing area. Another possible cause of this superstition is that green light tends to make actors look corpse-like. Despite this superstition, the off-stage waiting area for actors is referred to as the green room.

Posted on 19 February 2012 | 8:35 pm

From iSM Tip of the Day

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