We can always use volunteers, and we would love to have you join us!
If you would like to volunteer and get involved with the Montford Park Players, by all means just send us an email to introduce yourself!
Our general email inbox is at info [AT] montfordparkplayers.org (simply insert an @ symbol in there!)
Various Volunteer Opportunities You Might Explore:
Actor (volunteer): Perform in a show (or several)! All MPP auditions are open to the public. Audition dates can be found on the website, the Facebook page, or by contacting the managing director. No experience necessary.
Techie (volunteer): We’re always looking for good backstage help. This can involve any number of tasks (including moving set, running the light or sound boards, assistant stage managing, costuming, construction, and handling props). Come to auditions and speak to the stage manager. No experience necessary.
Usher (volunteer): If you don’t want to commit to a full run, you can still volunteer for a night. Every performance needs people to hand out programs and sell concessions. Contact the managing director to get on the schedule.
Graphic designer (volunteer): Design posters, T-shirts, and other advertising.
Committee member (volunteer): MPP has a whole slew of opportunities to help out year-round. If you’re interested education, marketing, fundraising, or just joining in where the need is greatest, we can use you. Contact the managing director with interest or questions.
Props manager (volunteer): This person is responsible for finding all of the props for a show, using the existing collection or finding/making new ones as needed. No experience necessary.
Sound or light designer (volunteer): This person works with the director of a play to create all of the lighting or sound needed. Some experience necessary.
Director ($500/show): If you’d like to be considered to direct a play, contact the artistic director. Some experience necessary.
Stage Manager ($200/show): This person is responsible for keeping auditions, rehearsals, and performances running smoothly. Some experience necessary.
Costumer ($200/show): This person works with the director to design the costumes for a show, using the available collection or finding/making pieces as necessary, and ensuring that every actor is appropriately costumed. Some experience necessary.