Theater Rehearsals: What Executive Presenters Must Know Part 3 of 5: Cue-to-Cue


To view the other steps in this series, see Step 1 “Script read through” and Step 2 “Run Through”

Step 3: Cue-to-Cue
Always plan a technology check for all types of presentation. For smaller conference room presentations, go at least a couple of hours before to connect your computer to the projector, test the sound and video and ensure the mouse clicker works. For larger settings, arrive the day before and work with technicans in the venue. Spend time on the stage and walk around planning where to start, how to move on the stage and where to finish. Rehearse a couple of sections of the presentation with a microphone to hear what vocal volume is needed to fill the room.

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