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    Role allocations Role allocations Document Transcript

    • Title of festival: Central Fest (Phunk Fest)Name Role Responsibilities in Responsibilities the planning phase during the running of the festival of the festivalAbigail (me) In charge of all  Plan all  Making sure performances on group/artist all the the stage and s performanc manager of the es are performance team  Plan all equipped. lighting and  Making sure technical al equipment performers (hiring) are present.Zara In charge of all  Raising  Managing visual arts activities money for and doing make-up the publics and getting make-up volunteers to help with persuading peopleTangina & In charge of the  Raising  ManagingSiddiquea make-up sessions – money for and doing running and equipment the publics managing  Gathering make-up volunteers when to help with requested attracting to peopleAbisola In the performance  In charge of  In charge of team promoting making sure auditions performers for people are in the or groups right place to perform at the right at the time festival  In charge of creating a performanc e schedule
    • Tiyone Member of the arts  In charge of  In charge of team making making sure posters to people promote know the actual where festival activities are taking placeRenee Member of the  Judging the  Presenting performance team auditions the  In charge of performers, performers informing people about health and safety exits