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To create a show, class, or event, you must be the owner (or minion) of the venue that is mounting it. The page you create will be visible to the public, and will be the point of contact for aspiring actors, musicians, and crew to learn about it, and to decide whether they want to participate or not. It can also be used as a source for publicity. Show pages should be created well before auditions, to give potential participants ample time to peruse the story, roles, calendar, and other information, and to register to audition or volunteer.
Show page creation is done in two stages: First the fixed information (name, description, calendar limits, audition state) is entered, creating the basic page. The show abbreviation is shown in all calendar entries pertaining to this show, to distinguish it from other appointments in the calendar. The start and end dates set up the calendar; only dates within those limits will be shown. The prop and costume (proptume) form notes field will be displayed in the proptume page, to describe the conventions and abbreviations your prop and/or costume people prefer you to use. It can be edited later on the proptume page.
As a shortcut, you can also create a set of standard staff positions in this stage.
In the second stage, roles and photos are attached to the page individually, because they vary in type and number from show to show. Actors will use this information to determine whether or not there is a role for them in the show. These are added directly from the show page, usingto add an item and to edit an item. Photos and artwork (such as publicity flyers) can be added or deleted using the appropriate , , and links for each image in the filmstrip (located just above the red button bar), and captions can be edited using the appropriate link. Visitors may view or download the full sized version of the image by clicking on it.
You can edit elements on the show page by clicking on the appropriatelink. You can also open and close auditions, and alter the start and end dates, by clicking on the button in the red button bar.