Here is (nearly) everything (non artistic) that a director and team will need during the process of producing a Pentacle Theatre show.
Pentacle Theatre’s guidance
2018 program deadlines, key dates to ensure that you have a program on the day your show opens
Audition-disclosure-and-photo-release, must be returned to the office for every person cast in a Pentacle Theatre production. The business office will provide copies of this form in the audition packet, along with scripts, deposits, name tags and pens.
Board Liaison Cheat Sheet, what to expect from your board liaison
Casting Best Practices, developed in 2017 to address community questions about casting at Pentacle Theatre
Director’s Handbook 9.22.17, includes administrative guidance, key contacts, preshow announcement guidelines, safety guidance and ticketing policies
Facilities concerns reporting form, posted in the green room to let facilities maintenance coordinator know of issues with the building and grounds
Reimbursement request, submit receipts for costumes, props and other supplies using this excel spreadsheet
Stipend Agreement, must be completed for every person receiving a stipend and returned to the office
Thank you for protecting our investment in our sound equipment, poster to hang to advise musical casts of the costs of sound equipment
Key Pentacle Theatre policies
Guidance from the American Association of Community Theatres
Laws govern many aspects of producing a play. Please review these requirements to avoid any missteps.
Proposing a musical for Pentacle Theatre’s 2019 season?
Here are the documents you will need: