What’s going on at WSP?

See how you can get involved behind the scenes:

We have a lot of fun…join us… Below are some positions we are looking for, this is a short description and job duties may include other tasks. if interested please email us at

STAGE MANAGER:  Stage managers have several key responsibilities and tasks to perform in each phase of a production, including but not limited to:

  • In rehearsals the stage manager records all blocking, plus all the light, sound and set change cues, in a master copy of the script called the prompt book
  • attend all rehearsals
  • calling cues and actors’ entrances during performance
  • attend weekly production meetings
ASST ST MGR  Assists stage manager and often serves as a book holder and set crew head. attend weekly production meetings.
PRODUCTION MANAGER  The production manager is ultimately responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the production are completed within budget, according to the designer’s and director’s wishes, and in time for the first public performance. He or she oversees the cost effectiveness and planning of the entire production process. Runs weekly production meetings.
SET DESIGN/BUILDER  The set designer/builder  will meet with the Director, Production Manager, Theater Manager and the design team ( Lighting and Sound designers),  to discuss the details of the set and the director’s interpretation of the play.  Builds sets with help of crew. Attends weekly production meetings.




 Lighting designers usually combine both direct and indirect light to illuminate the actors and objects on stage. Direct lighting comes from a definite location and illuminates specific areas; indirect lighting washes over the entire area to be lit and doesn’t appear to come from any one specific location. Knowledge of our lighting system and safety rules is important.Some directors will already have very clear ideas about what the sound effects and/or music should sound like, while others may request that the sound designer sit in on rehearsals to assist with developing effects and music to fit the specific contexts in which they will be used.
COSTUME DESIGN  Works with the directors vision of the show. Works with the production team to secure costumes for the actors. May involve shopping for costumes, going thru our stock or finding someone to make costume. Attends weekly production meetings.
PROPERTIES HEAD/MASTER  Most productions use a properties master to deal with the large number of small items that a play needs. They work closely with the production team (Director, Production Manager, Theater Manager and Costumer) to make sure we have all props needed. They will also attend weekly production meetings and be at all performances.
RUN CREWDRESSERS  Helps during the show with scene changes. May also sell intermission items.Helps actors during quick changes
BOOK HOLDER:  Helps actors by feeding lines when called and makes note of missed lines
LIGHTS RUN OPERATOR:  Runs lights during show
BULLETIN BOARD:  designs bulletin board for the show