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Stage Write allows users to use Stage Write on computers and other devices with a Chrome or Firefox web browser or through the Stage Write iPad app (free download)! 

  • Create a free Stage Write account

  • Log in to Stage Write web or iPad app to access your productions anywhere

  • Web app on computers/tablets in Chrome or Firefox browser

  • Share productions with collaborators

  • Sync Data to the cloud

  • Access your productions in the Stage Write iPad app and work offline

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Charts allow the user to document the positions and traffic patterns of actors, scenery, props, and all of the moving parts in a production, by creating snapshot views of every formation and movement of the production in accurate dimension. User easily imports the ground plan for the space, creates icons for each performer, and then creates each chart to track the movement of each piece in the production.



  • Create or import a permanent stage layer (only needs to be done once)

  • Make a custom number line

  • Customize individual performer icons

  • Define scenes

  • Set pieces/Props: use stock versions provided, create your own or import from file

  • Easily move and manipulate any set piece or actor icon

  • Track performer movement with arrows

  • Add notes or text for clarification on each chart

  • Share your production with other users


Import a PDF of your script and make notes on blocking, traffic, lighting cues to create your calling script. Taking notes in the white space on your script has never been easier. Plus, you can link your spacing charts to the script, allowing the user to flip back and forth between the chart and the script with ease. 

Enter lighting cues, take down blocking, document choreography, track props. You can even insert a new page, replace a page, allowing you greater ease to create your calling book.

Link your spacing charts to the section of the script that applies and flip back and forth between the spacing charts and the script so you can see it all at-a-glance.


Much like a conductor of a symphony can see what each individual instrument is playing at the same time by looking at her Orchestral Score, the Staging Score allows the Stage Write user to see the detail of choreography, blocking, traffic, timing of every moving piece in their production at the same time, and see how it corresponds to the musical counts or lines of dialogue in the production in as much detail as the user desires.

The Staging Score also links the spacing charts so the user can easily see where the performers are standing and flip back and forth to see the location of the performers and the detail of what they are doing in those locations.

By utilizing the patented Whiting Method of documentation, the user can enter all of the actions and choreography for all performers.  This allows the user to see 'at-a-glance' what every person is doing at a specific moment.

User can choose to document the blocking and staging using the SCRIPT method, as well.