Ray of Light Theatre is a non-profit theatre organization that relies heavily on community support to thrive. We have opportunities for volunteers in all of our productions and in return for your help, we are pleased to offer you an opportunity to enjoy our shows FREE of charge.
For available opportunities, please read the descriptions below and if you’re interested in helping in one of the listed areas, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator for more information at ROLTvolunteer@gmail.com.
Assistant Stage Manager:
Assists Stage Manager in calling the show – either from the booth or backstage – in addition to helping get the stage, props, sets and actors prepared for each show. ASM’s come in during tech week and work every performance unless previously arranged.
Ushers are the face of the company to our patrons. We’re always seeking friendly and helpful people to greet patrons, collect tickets, pass out programs and assist patrons to their seats. Additionally, you may be asked to assist with concessions during intermission.
Our box office is ‘mission control’ prior to the start of each performance. We are looking for customer service- oriented and organized people to assist in greeting patrons, selling same- day tickets and passing out Will Call tickets.
Work with the Costume Designer building new and altering existing costumes. You do not need to know how to sew. Help may be needed in the form of distressing or dyeing fabric, fitting or finishing, or decorating hats and shoes.
Hair, Make-up and Dressers:
Assist actors with make-up application and hair/wig styling. Duties include helping actors with costume quick-changes, on-the-spot repairs and laundry prep.
No prop is too big or small for our Prop Designer who needs creative and resourceful people to help gather and build props. Props in the past have included everything from a pinball machine, Kentucky Fried Chicken and 4 different types of blood (used in a single show).
Prepare the stage prior to the show. Move scenery between scenes and acts. Duties include setting and striking props during a show, helping with on-stage scenery pieces and assisting actors with offstage procurement and use of props.