Volunteering as an usher is a great opportunity to get acquainted with our theatre while seeing a show for free. We’re always looking for friendly people to help welcome our audiences to each one of our productions!
ATTIRE: Ushers are typically called to the theatre one hour prior to the curtain time of a production (though this may vary according to the needs of the show), and are expected (unless otherwise noted) to wear clean, pressed, all-black or black and white semi-formal attire: black or white blouse or collared shirt; black slacks or skirt (no jeans, please); and dress shoes (no athletic shoes). You’re also welcome to wear sweaters, blazers and vests.
DUTIES: Include, but are not limited to, inserting marketing materials into programs; learning about the seating chart and theatre protocol through a brief orientation; helping guests find their seats; picking up the theatre space following the performance; and, most importantly, helping make each patron’s stay as pleasant as possible.
QUALIFICATIONS: While prior experience as an usher isn’t necessary, it is important that volunteers: display a warm, friendly demeanor and enjoy working with people; be able and willing to learn how to efficiently use the theatre’s assisted listening devices; tear tickets efficiently and effectively.
For more information about ushering at Park Square Theatre, please contact Judy Bartlett at 651.895.9833 or email@example.com
If you have organizational or office skills you’d like to sharpen or put to use, we can use you in the office for periodic mailings and/or data entry.
For more information about administrative volunteering at Park Square Theatre, please contact Sheri Zigan at 651.767.8481 or firstname.lastname@example.org