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), The minimum pay rates for a theatre director are: £1,305 per week for a full-length play, £903 per week for a short play and £485 per week for a resident or artistic director.
, Directors can work anytime, including early mornings, evenings, late nights, weekends and national holidays.
, If you become a theatre director, it’s unlikely that you’ll do any formal training. Instead, you’ll learn as you go, pick up ideas from other directors and try out new innovative methods and approaches.
, attend a specialist training course for aspiring directors. These are offered by various organisations, including Drama UK.
, The director has the challenging task of bringing together the many complex pieces of a production—the script, actors, set, costuming, lighting and sound and music—into a unified whole. To accomplish this task, a director needs to:
•Interpret the script
•Cast the production
•Collaborate with designers
•Plan the rehearsals
•Guide the actors in their work during rehearsals.
and The director’s work is most often based on a detailed study and analysis of the script to be produced.