As an all-volunteer theatre, MainStage offers everyone the opportunity to get involved in the creative process of "putting on a show."
All volunteers receive 2 complimentary tickets and a comp for the final dress rehearsal. Don’t worry if your technical skills are not carpenter-esque; they’ll teach you and there’s usually painting!
The volunteer positions are organized by level of expertise and commitment required. For more information on opportunities, please contact us at 972-594-6104 or by email at email@example.com.
Acting: Appear in the production. Actors are active from auditions to the end of the production.
Costume Building: Assist in the building or modification of costumes under the direction of the costume designer. Costume builders are involved at various levels of activity from auditions through the run of the show.
Front of House: Provide an enjoyable and efficient environment for the audience before the production.
Fundraising: Organize and participate in fund raising activities for MainStage.
Make-Up: Assist actors with the design and application of makeup. Active from one week before first night to the end of the production.
Organization/Administration: Provide assistance for all of the various activities within MainStage. Active throughout the season.
Props: Design and acquire props appropriate for the production within a budget. The prop designer is active from rehearsals until the end of the production.
Set Building: Construct the set as designed by the set designer. Set builders are active for the 4 or 5 weeks before opening night. The days when the set is moved onto and off of the stage provide an opportunity for those who want to be involved for a shorter period of time.
Set Dressing: Design and acquire the furniture and other decorations for the set. The set dresser is active for the 3 weeks before opening night.
Set Painting: Paint the set according to the set design. Set painters are active for the 3 weeks before opening night.
Stage Crew: Perform the set changes necessary during a production. The set crew is active from one week before opening night until the end of the production.