Tip of the Month
Professional behavior in any theatre includes:
-having respect for your peers (for example, never suggest how another performer can do it “better” unless asked);
-having respect for the directors (you don’t tell them, either, unless asked for ideas);
-being happy in your work; (never gossiping, complaining, or being snide);
-always showing up ahead of time and well prepared;
-being helpful when asked to do something extra (like move a set piece or chair);
-and being undemanding, especially of the poor overworked costumer who is doing his/her best to meet the vision of the director (you may not look the way you want, but you are only part of a larger whole).
I’m sure you can think of more ideas!