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Have you ever wanted to help with sound, but felt overwhelmed and didn't know where to start? Or do you have questions such as "How do you avoid feedback?" or "Is there a way I could have prevented my mic shutting down during that performance?" Then this class is for you! Taught by our very own Chuck Edwards, this introduction to sound will give you the foundation necessary to begin learning your way around a sound booth. We will cover names of equipment, uses, best practices, general tips, and more! A great start for absolute beginners and a brush up for those who want to improve.
We are now scheduling director interviews for the 2019-20 Main Stage Season, listed here. Any persons interested in directing Jekyll & Hyde, Making God Laugh, or The Wizard of Oz should contact Susanna Ellis before July 10, 2019 for more information and/or to schedule an interview. Experience is not required, and more information on how to prepare for interviews will be provided after inquiry.
Barbecue and live music at the 308 Brass Rail - only $10 per tasting ticket, family friendly! Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to purchase new audio and sound equipment for Center Stage Jackson!
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Did You Know?
Each Season, Center Stage Jackson produces...
2 Main Stage Musicals
1 Main Stage Dinner Theatre
1 Youth Theater Play
1 Youth Theater Musical
1 Themed Cabaret
1 Annual Youth Singing Competition
Multiple FREE Staged Readings
Multiple theatre-focused workshops
We utilize different community venues for each of our productions. Our "home" is the venue that fits each production best!
Jackson College's Potter Center
Sandhill Crane Vineyards
The Middle School at Parkside
Jackson's First Presbyterian Church
Jackson District Library's Carnegie Branch
In our 2017-2018 Season, 186 youth and over 190 adults presented 38 performances to 3,600+ patrons in Jackson County!