INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE AND CURRENT COMPANY MEMBERS

What is Sinfonicron?

Sinfonicron spends the last few weeks of winter break working on a musical every year. We build the set, make the costumes, and learn the dances all in a couple weeks on a 9 to 5 schedule. Not only is it a great opportunity to do theater outside of a busy semester, but it is a great opportunity for making new friends!

 

Where do you live?

When you sign up to do Sinfonicron you are housed, generally off campus, in the house or apartment of a fellow company member. With your house you will compete in the House Cup, an informal contest where points are awarded for going above and beyond or winning challenges set up by the company manager. 

 

What does a typical day look like?

Monday-Friday

9:00 - 9:30  Morning Meeting/Warmup 

  • The whole company is involved in warmups! 15 min of warmups, 15 min learning the company dance!

9:30 - 12:00  Work 

12:00 - 1:30  Lunch (and Production Meeting for those on Prod Staff)

  • Pack it in the morning and bring it plus a snack with you

2:00 - 5:00  Work

 

Dinner: Most houses eat together and share the responsibility of making dinner throughout the week. 

 

Evenings: Dinner and Leisure time, socializing with your house and more 

 

Saturday (hopefully):

9:00 - 9:30  Morning Meeting/Warmup 

9:30 - 1:00  Work 

 

Sunday:

Off!

 

What positions are available?

The executive board is elected in the spring and consists of the Director, Producer, Production Manager, Orchestral Director, Vocal Director, and Marketing and Outreach Director. Soon after these elections take place, the company votes on the show for the next year. 

 

Designers and production staff apply for their positions in the summer and fall. Executive board members select these individuals. Check out “This Year's Production” for a list of typical available positions. 

 

Permanent crew members work in paints, set, costumes, publicity, lights, sound, or props. 

 

The cast and orchestra audition in the fall, and these company members serve on a temporary crew when not in rehearsals. Temporary crew members help production staff and permanent crew members and enjoy being involved with the production on another level. 

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