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IATSE Local #114 will assess a $25 fine to anyone arriving late for the scheduled work day
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This page is designed to orient and inform new workers.
If you are arriving for your first day of work with IATSE Local #114, please show up one half hour before your work call and check in with the Steward to fill out paperwork and receive your instructions for the day.
IATSE Local #114 will assess a $25 fine to anyone arriving late for the scheduled work day. It is in your best interest to arrive at least 10 to 15 minutes early. Parking is frequently difficult to find and is not an excuse for tardiness. Plan accordingly.
Cell Phones are prohibited from the job site and should not be carried during the work day.
Be prepared to be on site for the entire day and pay attention to parking restrictions. A load out can last late into the night.
IATSE Local #114 has a Zero Tolerance Policy regarding the use of alcohol or any other substance that impairs your ability on the job site.
Important Safety Procedures
At Merrill Auditorium, the designated meeting area is the Press Herald parking lot across Myrtle Street from the Stage Left door.
Definitions of Work Assignments:
The most basic function of a stagehand is placing the gear. This involves taking boxes, crates, trussing, etc. that has been off-loaded from trucks by loaders, and pushing said items to a place within the venue as directed by the traveling crew.
Lighting: This job involves, but is not limited to, bolting truss together, running cables to power lights, assisting in pre-focusing fixtures while still on the deck.
Sound: This job involves, but is not limited to; assisting in Front of House (FOH) and Monitor console set-up. Running speaker cable from amplifiers to speakers, running FOH snakes, connecting speaker cabinets to one another as directed by traveling crew.
Sets (Carpenters): As directed by traveling crew this job involves the assembling of pre-fabricated scenery. Bolting items together, affixing fascia to cover set pieces.
Band Gear: As directed by traveling crew, to assist in setting up musical gear such as drums, guitar amplifiers, organs. The traveling crew usually makes all cable connections.
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