Are we supposed to be sticking to the wiki rules with these pages? ie should the little preamble not be "conversational"? or is it more helpful to be told how to SM by Colleen in the pub!
I've edited to break up the wall of text.
Thanks for breaking the wall. I think that the wiki should be used as an extra resource alongside the pub teaching we have at the moment. The problem with pup teaching is that, occasionally small things get missed out and that it is not always available 24 hours a day. If we have one complete and comprehensive place to go, then it will help. Though the wiki is young, its true usefulness will show when it comes to things like the rig or phones system, which people rarely look at in detail, and so the next time it needs re-hung or it breaks, all the required information is in one place for everyone to use.
You missunderstand me, I was asking if the page needed to be made more "formal" (not the right word), see below. Grible 12:15, 4 March 2006 (GMT)
It's a bit difficult to write about stage management in general terms. The job that a stage manager does varies widely from person to person, show to show, venue to venue, director to director, and so on. I'll try to give a basic summary of the job, followed by specifics of shows at Bedlam.
It is difficult to discuss stage management in general terms. The job of an SM varies widely from person to person, show to show, venue to venue, director to director, etc. This article aims to give a basic summary of the job and some specifics regarding Bedlam.
Are there rules of the wiki?!?!?!?!?!
no, there are no rules at all. Nick