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Doubling as a sort of stagehand, Ms. Persson moves props around and rearranges small models of the Woman and Man’s home, which are then projected on the screen, blown up to life size.
The sky and sea are colored swaths of cotton stretched out on simple frames, the waves the effect of two stagehands manipulating the fabric.
Inside the arena, a state-of-the-art overhead grid system — just the second of its kind in the U.S. — will dramatically accelerate the work of stagehands and rigging crews.
Similarly, Atlanta’s winning bid to host the 2019 Super Bowl could be a welcome employment opportunity for stagehands and other people who work in the touring industry but would not be able to benefit directly from the tax incentives.
After that, hardly a month went by at the opera without disputes with singers and stagehands or with senior employees who left in a huff over Mr. Bergé’s autocratic style.
Not 45 seconds after The Lumineers' last note fades, stagehands start pushing down road cases.
The administrative employees being offered early retirement are not members of the Met’s powerful unions, which represent its orchestra, chorus, stagehands and others.
The company takes great pride in its Academy Award role, so its partners Martha Ruiz and Brian Cullinan—rather than, say, stagehands or administrative staffers—personally hand the envelopes to the presenters.
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