We depend on volunteers to assist in many aspects of the production, from working on the sets, to parking cars, and making costumes.


We also need parents to supervise actors during the rehearsals. On the reverse of this page, please indicate your level of interest in helping with the different technical aspect(s) of the production. Below is the information about helping during rehearsals, which we refer to as monitoring. Some days we need 1 monitor, some days more; signup for specific dates is handled by a Signup Genius calendar shared after casting is complete.


  • Stand outside and watch actors arrive.
  • Supervise actors while they wait to perform, both in the auditorium and unseen parts of the stage.
  • Escort actors to the bathrooms during breaks.
  • Enforce rules required by our organization.
  • Make sure actors are picked up by appropriate adults.


  • Single-actor families = at least 2 rehearsal days.
  • Multi-actor families = 2 more for a second participant, and 1 more for each additional one.
  • Signing up for the Green Room committee counts as monitoring duty.


Pre Show

  • Costume: sew hems, make adjustments to existing costumes, mostly hand work.
  • Wardrobe: assist at costume fitting; iron, organize, and handout costumes.
  • Program Ads: sell ads for the playbill based on a provided list of former and prospective people/companies.
  • Publicity: post flyers, work with media outlets, and assist with online marketing.
  • Technical: build or paint set pieces, gather props, and assist with the technical elements of the show.

Day of Show

  • Concessions: set up and sell snacks during intermission.
  • Green Room: supervise actors during dress rehearsal and 1 show (counts as monitoring duty).
  • Wardrobe Collection: retrieve costumes after the Saturday show.
  • Ushering: collect tickets, hand out programs, help latecomers, direct people at intermission.
  • Parking: direct arrivals and help with safety prior to a show.
  • Makeup: apply makeup during the last week of rehearsals and for both shows. Released in time to watch.