You don't have to be on stage to be part of the show!
Athens Creative Theatre regularly needs volunteers at its productions throughout the year to help bring the magic of theatre to the community. Shows are presented at either the Morton Theatre or at Memorial Park's Quinn Hall and there are a variety of ways you can help out at Athens Creative Theatre.
Ushers - Help our patrons to have an outstanding theatre experience by greeting them, showing them to their seats, and helping to show them around the theatre space. Get on the front lines of theatre production and become an usher with Athens Creative Theatre
Concessions - Help FACT (Friends of Athens Creative Theatre) raise money to help supplement ACT's programming by volunteering to work in the concessions area.
Hit the Pit - Are you an aspiring musician looking for a way to get involved in your local community? Why not try Hit The Pit and see what it is like to play alongside professional musicians for live musical theatre. Please contact Daniel Self at firstname.lastname@example.org for the specific requirements to become a HTP musician.
Music Internships - Music internships are currently available in the spring and fall for our large musical theatre productions. Music interns will work behind the scenes preparing materials for rehearsals alongside the music director. Assist in score preparation, rehearsals, and performances.
Counselor in Training (CIT) - Student's ages 13-15 who have completed ACT's Summer Camp Programs have the option of becoming a Counselor in Training or "CIT". Participants will work side by side with our summer program staff to help lead programs and develop teaching and leadership skills while helping to train the next generation of community theatre performers. Applicants must submit a short essay to the ACT staff about their experience in our summer programs and why they would like to become a Counselor in Training. Submissions can be mailed to our offices at 195 W. Washington Street, Athens, GA 30601, or emailed to email@example.com. Submissions are accepted year round and candidates are selected in April for the upcoming summer program session.