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The cast team involves those who have auditioned and received a part in that semester’s play.  All cast members are also apart of another production team that they will join, and contribute to, on days when rehearsal is not required.

Technology Team

The technology team works alongside the director in designing the technology for each production and running all technology during production.  Some of these elements include lighting, microphones, special effects, etc.  Additionally, throughout production, the tech team is in charge of photography and videography, as well as creating trailers and full-length films for each production.

Executive Team

The Executive Team oversees the accounting for all production teams, as well as designs and develops all materials and tools that are utilized to market CCHS productions.

Set Design Team

The set design team is responsible for conceptually coming up with the design for the set, alongside the director.  After the conceptual stage, blue prints and scale models are created of each scene.  Finally, the set design team is responsible for gathering all necessary materials and constructs the full size set to be used for production.

Costumes/ Hair/ Make-Up Team

The costumes/hair/make-up team is responsible for designing and sewing all costumes for production.  Additionally, this team is responsible designing hair and make-up for each cast member that is appropriate to their character(s) they are playing.  During production, each member of this team is assigned cast members that they are responsible for fully costuming, including hair and make-up, during all shows.

House Team

The house team is responsible for designing what the house will look like during production, including seating, concessions, museum displays, etc.  Additionally, the house team runs the box office where all tickets are purchased and finalized.

Props Team

The props team is responsible for understanding the directors vision regarding set design, decide which props are necessary for each scene and then either create and build, or seek out each prop piece for donation or to be loaned and returned at the conclusion of the show.  During each show, the props team becomes the crew and is responsible for all props transitions within each scene.

Culinary Arts Team

The Culinary Arts team develops a thematic menu for each Fine Arts event, researches recipes, learns how to prepare each menu item, and finally prepares all planned concessions for each production.