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Ruby Noble

Stage Management

Student Information

Bio:

Ruby Noble is Glasgow-based stage manager with a strong interest in both musical theatre and contemporary writing. She has shadowing experience on a number of UK touring productions, has completed a Stage Management placement with British Youth Opera and likes dressmaking, her cat and good coffee.

Skills:

  • British Sign Language (Foundation Level)
  • Pyrotechnics Certificate with Just FX
  • Theatrical Weaponry course with RC Annie
  • Blood Workshop with RC Annie
  • Proficient in the use of QLab, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, WriterDuet, One Drive, Zoom, Teams and basic use of Vectorworks
  • Basic understanding of Flying, Rigging, LX and Sound programming skills
  • Basic Theatrical Combat Training
  • Confident Sewing Skills
  • Proficient in Score Reading

Work Experience:

Previous work at RCS includes:

  • Stage Manager – The Pyjama Game, The Assumption (RCS/Solar Bear)
  • Deputy Stage Manager – Into the Woods, Macbeth, Love and Information
  • Assistant Stage Manager – Hamlet, Contemporary Performance Practice Collaborations ’19, Anatomy of a Suicide, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cymbeline
  • Set Manager – Captain Powerman (RCS short film with BA Filmmaking students)
  • Sound Designer – Witch of Edmonton
  • Flyperson – Dead Man Walking

Other work includes:

  • Stage Manager – The New Great British Project (RCS), Scoring A Century (British Youth Opera)
  • Deputy Stage Manager – David Copperfield (West College Scotland/Websters Theatre)
  • Assistant Stage Manager – Singing in the Rain (Theatre Royal), Priscilla Queen of the Desert (King’s Theatre), Legally Blonde, Fame and Bad Girls (Glasgow Kelvin College/Platform Theatre)
  • Various Shadowing Experience

Images

Calling a Show

Into The Woods

The Assumption

Anatomy of a Suicide

Hamlet

Innerspace

Scoring a Century - Backstage

The Assumption

Into The Woods

Videos

Ruby's Introduction

Cueing

Timelapse

Weapons Training

Jelly Wobble

Mark Up Timelapse