Volunteers are the pulse of Lebowsky Center for Performing Arts! From ushers to actors, technicians to costume sewers, carpenters to stage crews, facility maintenance to social media, our volunteers play a crucial role in raising the curtain for each performance. The quality of Lebowsky Center for Performing arts productions is a direct result of our volunteer talent.
Greet the public, take tickets, help patrons find their seats, and hand out programs. Ushers are friendly and helpful. This is a great way to get started and meet a lot of people. We use 10 ushers for each show. Arrival time is 1 hour and 15 minutes before performance.
Greet the public and help them secure tickets. Some comfort level working with computers
is desired. On show days, the box office is open 1 hour prior to the performance. Weekday hours vary.
Greet the public and sell water and snacks prior to and during intermission of each show. Must be 18 years or older. Arrival time is 1 hour and 15 minutes prior to the performance.
Act as the host/hostess of the theater by being in the lobby and taking tickets for the downstairs patrons. They answer any questions that come up and arrive to volunteer 1 hour and 15 minutes prior to the performance.
Set Construction & Painting
Volunteers help build, cover, repair, paint and tear down sets. It is helpful for volunteers in this area to have some construction or painting background. Daytime and night hours are often available.
Stage Lighting & Sound
Training will be provided. Usually work every night or trade with others for every other night for the whole run of the performance. Must also be available for tech-week, which is the week before the show opens. Be able to follow a script and be very committed. This is a highly responsible volunteer position.
This position is part of the stage crew. Properties are all of the set dressings and small articles used in a production. Time commitment is the full run of the show plus tech-week and some rehearsals.
Stagehand / Running Crew
Ever wonder how all the magic happens during the show? Well, it’s the stagehand’s job to make everything happen from special effects to changing the set from one scene to another. Time commitment is full run of the show plus tech-week. Volunteers can work every night of a production or trade shifts with another volunteer. This is a highly responsible volunteer position.
Volunteers are instrumental in building costumes as well as putting finishing touches on projects. Time requirement varies with each show but hours are flexible with your schedule.
Assist in data entry, filing and general office work. Time and commitment varied; daytime hours only.