Rebecca Sealander

Production Manager

Course Information

Current undergraduate courses

Stage Management

This course is a hands-on laboratory class in the skills, practices, and attitudes that help a stage manager organize an environment in which a theatrical team can work together productively and with minimum stress. Classroom exercises and discussion augment the mentored production work that is assigned to each student. Script analysis, blocking notation, prop management, and cue writing/calling are among the topics covered. Knowledge of and practice in stage management are essential tools for directors and useful supplements for actors and designers.


Tools of the Trade


This is a stagehand course that focuses on the nuts and bolts of light and sound board operation and projection technology, as well as the use of basic stage carpentry. This is not a design class but, rather, a class about reading, drafting and light plots, assembly and troubleshooting, and basic electrical repair. Students who take this course will be eligible for additional paid work as technical assistants in the theatre program.


Previous courses

Theatre Techniques: Technology


This four-week course is an introduction to the Sarah Lawrence College performance spaces and their technical capabilities. The course is required of all students during their first semester in the Theatre program.