The hair & makeup crew puts the finishing look on the performers for show time. The stylists/makeup artists are responsible for setting up the materials and equipment needed for the run of a production and completing everyone’s hair and makeup for each dress rehearsal and performance.
Volunteers should have a working knowledge of hair styling and/ or makeup application and be able to work quickly with a variety of performers. Work is completed during tech week and the run of a show, so the crew must be available before every call time on every dress rehearsal and show day.
• Prepare and maintain wigs for particular characters
• Style performers’ hair for every dress rehearsal and show
• Apply makeup, including effects such as aging, injuries, blood, etc.
• Create and apply special effects such as prosthetic noses and warts.
A terrible thing happened to Junie B.: someone took her new black furry mittens! So when she finds a wonderful pen, she should be allowed to keep it, right? See this modern classic on stage September 29-30 and October 1, 7-8 at The Oxford.