Upper School Crü
From the moment you step into the theater, your journey begins. As you progress, you’ll transition from a Novice, eager to learn, to an Apprentice familiar with the basics, and then to a Journeyperson, competent and creative. The ultimate goal is to become a Crü Chief or Master Crü, leading and inspiring others.
All good Crü members exhibit the three A’s: Availability, Affability, and Aptitude. Respect for tools, peers, and the process is paramount.
Commitment and Roles:
Regular attendance, especially on Saturdays, is key. Your commitment to set-building sessions determines your selection for the Running Crü, with full participation required from tech Sunday to Strike.
These leadership roles, including Stage Manager, Lights Director, and Sound Director, demand full commitment to all calls and meetings.
Attend as many meetings and Saturdays as possible, with a minimum of one rehearsal per week.
Saturday Set Crew:
Open to all, these sessions welcome any amount of time you can spare. Regular attendees have a higher chance of joining the Running Crü.
Attendance and Conflicts:
Key events include Crü Saturdays, Production Meetings, Level Set Saturdays, Tech Rehearsals, Dress Rehearsals, and Performances. Any scheduling conflicts should be communicated promptly.
The Mysterious Podar:
This theater secret serves as a reminder that there's always more to learn. Only Crü alumni can reveal its meaning after your last Crystal show is complete.