All aboard!

Cue to Cue is made to work for everyone working with the manuscript in a theatre production. Not just stage managers. 

From early rehearsals to the fat lady sings


  Before rehearsal At rehearsal Running the show

Script responsible

  • Upload script in Cue to Cue
  • Provide user access to everyone
  • Assign a layer to the teams
  • Add script structure
  • like acts and scenes.
  • Provide new users access
  • Edit the script
  • Distribute script change
  • Ensure everyone is sharing their knowledge to make doubles life easier


  • Add your notes to the scenes
  • Make notes directly in the shared script.
  • Changes are easily made and doesn't leave eraser marks. 
  • Enjoy the show

Set designer

  • Make a visual script to the team
  • Insert stage images
  • Display your costume designs
  • Make notes during rehearsal to lightning design, costume changes, and set design.
  • You can relax and enjoy the show.

Production manager

  • Share the stage plan through the master layer
  • Flow the progress.
  • Read in on the different team notes
  • Make notes of event during the performance to keep track of repairs, learnings, and changes. 

Stage Manager

  • Assign actors and roles in the cast list.
  • Note which roles have speaking or silent roles in the cast list to create the foundation for rehearsal planning.
  • Learn the set designers' notes and start thinking about props.
  • Make simple blocking
  • Place roles on the stage plan 
  • Create cues to technical staff
  • Insert images of props and their position after the show
  • Cast list is used to keep track of who should be called in for rehearsals
  • Great overview
  • Easy calling
  • Follow the script in the darkness without additional lightning
  • Make notes of event during the performance to keep track of repairs, learnings, and changes.


  • Mark your lines in the script and start learning
  • You can follow the Stage Managers notes in the script or check up on the set designers blocking.
  • Get updated lines as they are made.
  • You shouldn't need the script by now. But you can check production notes. :-)

Lightning designer

  • Consider light from the production managers notes or the ser designers sketches 
  • Add your cues. 
  • Make notes to follow spot
  • Use it to easily follow the script
  • Learn changes
  • Share notes


  • Learn the costumes and prepare changes
  • Make notes about fast changes
  • Use pictures of costumes to ease your work
  • Use it to track how much time you have before the next change.

Prompter / -assistent

  • You could be responsible for keeping the script up to date
  • Make your own notes and blocking if needed.
  • Follow the script in the darkness without additional lightning  


Peter Friis - Production Manager at Aveny-T

As a production manager, the key is to make it easy for the team to work efficiently together. With Cue to Cue, the communication regarding notes in the script is much easier. And I save money by not printing paper script for each change made.