HOUSE MANAGERS: House managers work during performances to make sure things go smoothly for the audience. Among other duties, they usher in audience members; assist with the seating of handicapped patrons, supervise intermission refreshments, etc. Training is provided and, as with other volunteer areas, you can work as few or as many performances as your schedule allows.
BOX OFFICE: Volunteers work in our box office during regular daily box office hours (weekdays 10-2 p.m.) and during performances (evenings 6-7:30 pm and Sundays 12:30-2 pm). They sell tickets and give out information, dealing with customers over the phone and in person. Volunteers also handle the annual subscription drive and group sales. Training is provided and the time commitment can be as much or as little as you can manage.
PUBLICITY and MARKETING requires people who can write press releases for local newspapers, coordinate publicity photos and handle newspaper requests from reviewers and feature writers. If you have a flair for writing or editing and are computer savvy, we also can use help in the preparation of our newsletter, programs and other printed materials.
GRAPHICS Volunteers with a talent for graphics design can help create flyers for each production and also assemble the show’s picture board – those posters you see adorning our lobby walls! This is a job for someone with computer graphics knowledge and a little time to spend working out of their home.
OTHER: We also need the kind of volunteer who will pitch in as needed – whether it’s stuffing envelopes, organizing files or updating mailing lists and databases. Volunteers also help with the maintenance of the building and grounds, including repairs and general upkeep. Any retired plumbers out there?
OTHER: Last, but certainly not least, we would LOVE to have a experienced Webmaster volunteer who would have the time to maintain our website. Please contact us if you’re interested in this position.