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"But mostly crew members have fun while doing awesome projects and 

sharing the experience with friends." 

Congratulations!  You are curious about joining one of Loyola's most successful, enjoyable, and useful activities.  Hannon Theatre Company Crew will give you the tools you need (pun intended!) to become a theatre technician learning useful skills for all kinds of endeavors in college and in life.  


Our alumni have received scholarships to prestigious theatre schools around the country because of the impressive resume of work they built while on Crew. After college, many of them now work in the industry as designers and technicians.  Many famous and respected lighting designers, scenic designers, stage managers, and technicians got their start at HTC. 

Crew sessions for our


will be held on

*new start date*

Saturdays, beginning

March 2, 2024.



Joining Crew for an HTC Production


Step #1 - Look Over the Production Calendar and Reconcile Your Schedules


If you’re wondering whether you have the time to become involved in HTC, you may peruse the Crew Calendar on the Calendar page of this website (Button Link on the right) so that you are clear about the extensive time commitment for the production. Print out a copy of the Calendar for your easy reference and coordinate your other important calendars to see if our schedule will have any conflicts with yours. 


Step #2 - Get Your Questions Answered: 2 ways


A.  Seek out our stage manager, junior Hans Zhang, or our Student Technical Director, tbd.  He'd be happy to meet you and give you a hard copy of the main form.  




B. Come drop by Room M4 (Berendo Building's Black Box) and ask Mr. Wolfe anything you'd like about being on crew.  You may also email Mr. Wolfe at wwolfe with any questions you may have. 



Step #3 - Fill Out the Necessary Forms


There are four forms you and your parents will need to fill out. 


Three of the forms are Google Forms and you can access them via the buttons on the right in blue (Information Form, Company Contract, and Monetary Agreement Form).  They must be completed in their entirety and submitted online before your first crew session. 


The red button to the right is the link to the only final required form that must be turned in by hand on or before the first crew meeting in HARD COPY form.  It is the  all-important Consent to Treatment form.  It must be printed out, completed, and the paper copy must be turned-in to the Stage Manager or emailed to Mr. Kuhl ( before you can participate in the first crew session.  We must have a hard-copy on file to use in the case of an emergency. 

Make sure to scroll down a bit to find
the CREW calendar!

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