#AYN2K Dance Studio Edition

What's In The book?

Chapters Include;

Booking A Venue

You've Found A Venue, What Next?

What Do I Need To Know And Consider?

Who Do I Need And What Do They Do?

Staging

Useful Stage And Backstage Terminology

Lighting

Plugging In And Controlling The Lighting

Lighting Terminology

Lighting Your Show

Taping A Stage

Using Lighting To Create A Look Or Effects

Information For The Lighting Designer

Sound

Playback Systems

How To Supply And Label The Music If Using Computer

File Format Information

Editing

Making A Fade Out Edit In Audacity

How To Make A QLab Workspace

Foldback

Feedback

Microphones

Radio Microphones

Things To Be Aware Of When Using Radio Mics

Make A Microphone Plan

What Is A Sound Number 2?

Pre Recording The Backing Vocals

Video

Format, Ratio And Resolution

Stock Video / Photos

Pyrotechnics And Other Visual Effects

Props

Stage Geography

How To Call A Show

Before The Show - Backstage Calls

Calling The Show

Copyright - PPL / PRS

Theatre Etiquette

Audience

Backstage

Child Licensing

Risk Assessment

Final Show Checklist

Online Extras

Available as a printed book and in eBook (Epub) formats.

"An incredible, informative book, really well written. Having produced dance shows for 20 year and having a background in tech - I still learnt things. Even if you're new to the technical elements of putting on a show, or just want to learn a better way of working, or lighting your work - you need this book! Every dance teacher should have this book."

 

Sarah Gittens (The Dance Den)

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This comprehensive, but user friendly guide has been written to help the dance studio or school owner get the most out of putting on their shows in a professional venue.