Sound design can involve making sure the mix of sounds is correct at a live event, designing the sound effects on a mobile phone, and many other things.
Lighting designers work to ensure effective lighting for a commercial or residential property. They aim to enhance a building's environment through lighting.
Administrators deal with customers, run offices, and take care of the day-to-day running of a jewellery business.
Dialect coaches or voice coaches work with actors to develop and improve their vocal technique, and help them adopt convincing character accents.
Every show hopes for good reviews. Journalists get the word out about the show to the public. They make sure people know what shows are on offer and what is happening in the world of theatre.
Agents are often the first point of contact for anyone looking to hire actors. Few actors work without the support of an agent.
Stage managers physically coordinate theatre. They make sure the various parts of a show, from props to set changes, are in the right place at the right time.
Building sets, helping create props and operating equipment, the backstage crew support the designers and performers with the running of the show.
Sound technicians and engineers are responsible for everything about what a production physically sounds like. They often also work closely with designers.
Lighting specialists are vital to theatre. Their work may involve design, operating lighting rigs, and looking after equipment.
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