Current Volunteer Opportunities
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for opportunities listed below.
Join The Creative Team!
Do you love theater, but see yourself backstage instead of on stage? Are you crafty and creative? Are you a dancer looking to choreograph a show? Would you like to join a Live Arts production team this season? If you answered yes to any of those questions, contact us about joining the team for one of the following shows:
Please reach out to Artistic Director Susan E. Evans at email@example.com to set up a meeting. We can’t wait to hear from you!
House Managers Needed for 23-24 Season
We are looking for energetic individuals to join our Front of House team as House Managers for the 2023/24 Expectations Season!
This season includes 4 plays, a musical, and a new works festival. Performances for each production are split up between a team of 4-6 House Managers, who work with Audience Experience Manager Darryl Smith to perform duties including concessions management, usher training and staffing, emergency management, and building security.
Interested? Email Darryl Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*House Managers receive a small stipend for each show they work*
Office Help Needed
Help us update our database! We are looking for a few volunteers who can come in 3-5 hours a week over the next few weeks to work on updating mailing addresses in our database of volunteers, audience members, and donors.
Comfortable with email and basic data entry? We will give you instructions and the tools you need to help out (in person) in the Live Arts office.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested!
Set Builds for MISS BENNET: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY
Join us in the scene shop! ALL are welcome—no experience necessary. Come to make friends, learn new skills, get your hands dirty, and have some fun. Just remember to wear work clothes and closed-toe shoes. A meal will be provided.
Builds for MISS BENNET: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY
Tuesday, October 24 (6-10pm)
Saturday, October 28 (10am-4pm)
Tuesday, October 31 (6-10pm)
Saturday, November 4 (10am-4pm)
Tuesday, November 7 (6-10pm)
Saturday, November 11 (10am-4pm)
Tuesday, November 14 (6-10pm)
Saturday, November 18 (10am-4pm)
If you have questions about volunteering in the scene shop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WATERWORKS 2024 Internship Opportunities
We are looking for students and/or community members with a passion for theater, arts administration, and marketing to intern for our second annual WATERWORKS festival of new theatrical works.
WATERWORKS interns will work alongside New Works Director Adrienne Oliver and assist other Live Arts staff. Interns will be asked to work 10 hours per week, with a negotiable schedule. These internships are broken into two sessions:
Session One (Pre-Production): September 2023-January 2024
Session Two (Production): February 2024-June 2, 2024
To apply, send a brief email outlining your interest and qualifications to Production & Volunteer Manager Kathleel Mueller at email@example.com.
Meet Our Production & Volunteer Manager
Kathleel Mueller will get you signed up for an audition, help you find volunteer resources, or chat about what volunteer opportunities might be a good fit for you.
Kathleel has volunteered with Live Arts for many years as a stage manager, producer, designer, and more. She is excited to help you expand your skills and passion for theater!
If any of the volunteer opportunities listed here sound interesting to you, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be in a show at Live Arts! Each year, we present a compelling season of plays, musicals, readings, and other acting opportunities. Check our audition page for upcoming casting opportunities.
Behind the Scenes
Production team opportunities include stage management, directing, dramaturgy, lighting design, sound design, wardrobe, and so much more. Interested in something in particular? Let us know!
Front of House
Help us welcome audiences into our space as an usher, house manager, or box office volunteer. Or lend a hand with concessions at the Becker Bar! The Front of House team is an essential part of the theater experience.
Each year, we assemble a team to provide technical theater support for high school and college students performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. Learn more about this unforgettable experience!
A forum for writers of every experience level to share, read, and discuss their work. The Lab develops the work of local writers of all backgrounds in a fun, creative, supportive setting.
A monthly play-reading group that meets to enjoy and discuss great works of theater, from the famous to the obscure. If you love discovering new plays, Readers’ Circle is for you. Click here to learn more!
A supportive and fun group for anyone who enjoys the many facets of theatrical wardrobe! Learn new sewing skills, bring costumes to life for Live Arts productions, organize and take inventory of the extensive costume shop, and more.
Want to get your hands dirty? Interested in set design, construction, painting, and dressing? The Scene Shop is a place for anyone and everyone who enjoys teamwork, problem solving, and power tools. Check the calendar for our next build!