Proctors is grateful for the efforts of over 1,000 volunteers who have been critical to its success. Many have volunteered for over twenty years. Because of the growth of program, we are continuously recruiting new volunteers and welcome your interest.
Assist patrons with seating, distribute programs and provide assistance to patrons during daytime and/or evening performances. All new ushers must be able to work throughout the theatre comfortably. This includes being able to climb to the top of the balcony. As one of the responsibilities of the ushers is to assist with the evacuation of the building in the event of an emergency, this is not a good position for anyone with physical limitations.
Set up and serve beverages to customers prior to performances and during intermission. Accept cash from Patrons and make change. Beverages served include beer, wine, soft drinks and water. There is no mixing of drinks required. There is carrying involved. This is not a good position for anyone with physical limitations.
CANDY COUNTER STAFF
Sell candy and soda prior to performances and at intermission.
GIFT CENTRE STAFF
Assist customers with purchases, prepare sales slips, etc. The Gift Centre is open Monday through Saturday from 9-5, and for all Proctors performances. If you are available during the day, please specify. Basic computer skills preferred.
For more information, please contact Cindy LaRoe (518) 382-3884 Ext. 183 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultivating Arts & Students Together (more information about our youth volunteer program)
A membership organization of men and women who serve as special ambassadors for Proctors. They serve as hosts/hostesses in the Guild Room, and work behind the scenes for theatre galas and special events. The Guild also oversees a number of fundraising activities. (more information about the Guild)
Other Opportunities at Proctors
Proctors is a regional performing arts organization with a broad mission which includes an emphasis on education, civic engagement and economic development. Our nearly 200-member team is committed to making Proctors one of the finest arts organizations in the United States.
Proctors is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Interning at Proctors
Internships are designed for undergraduate or graduate students to have an in-depth experience of working in a not-for-profit theatre company. Training can be supplemented with discussions and workshops with directors, designers and senior staff who provide insight into the overall management of the company.