Career as Stage Hand

Stream : Media, Film & Mass communication
Sub Stream : Sound and lighting

Stage Hand

Stage Hands are an integral part of theatrical productions. They work in the background, so that the actors and designers can do their jobs.

Stagehands are responsible for a variety of tasks, but they usually specialize in one or two specific areas. They may be responsible for setting up and dismantling scenery and props, hanging lights, running the sound board, or operating special effects. Stagehands often work on a team to accomplish these tasks efficiently.

As a stagehand you will need to be physically fit and have a keen attention to detail. You will also need to be reliable and flexible, as you may be called on at any time during rehearsals or performances to perform various tasks such as sanding down rough edges on sets or adjusting lighting levels from the sound booth during an intermission.


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Check if your skills are appropriate for Stage Hand. There is scope and opportunity in every career, if it matches your Interest, personality and aptitude.

We follow a top to bottom approach. Our career counselors in the face to face counseling session would first discuss whether Stage Hand is a suitable career option for the student/child or not. If the reports shows that child does have the aptitude, personality and interest required for this particular career, then the counselor will guide him/her about the scope, job opportunities for Stage Hand and also help with the entrance exams, colleges, courses, private tutors etc for this career.

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