What could be better than enjoying the spectacular view of the lake at Sand Harbor, while supporting your local community? The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival relies on our fantastic group of enthusiastic volunteers to help run the Festival every year. Joining the Festival as a volunteer offers many benefits including meeting and working with other fun and caring people, supporting the arts in Northern Nevada and earning FREE Festival tickets. Whether you can support the Festival for a few hours or become involved for many nights, we welcome you to our family of volunteers.
Come join us in 2013 and fill your summer with A Midsummer Night's Dream as well as favorite events such as the Reno Philharmonic and much more. We welcome individuals and families to fill positions. For corporate and civic groups, it’s a great team-building event.
An opportunity for our
volunteers to become a part of our Membership program at a discounted price!
For $75, volunteers will be listed as $150 - $599 contributors and receive the
benefits at that level. Check out our membership page for
a list of benefits, and sign up by April 30th to be included in this year's
program. Volunteer Members will also receive a special LTSF polo T-shirt, and
priority volunteer scheduling for our most desirable nights. *Please leave a
message in the comment box if you are interested in this program*
The following is a list of the many areas that we could use your help. Thank you for your support!
Amphitheater "Bowl" Host
Help to usher and seat guests within our amphitheater, affectionately known as "the bowl". Monitor compliance with theater policies, clean-up during intermission and after performance. Assist with distributing surveys. Dinner is provided compliments of the Festival on work nights, provided you agree to close the venue with House Management, until approximately 11:00 pm. Volunteers must be able to maneuver comfortably throughout sand amphitheater and interact closely with all guests. 5:00 pm- 11 pm.
Premium Seating Usher
Check in and assist guests to premium and accessible seating. 5:00 pm- 7:00 pm.
Issue "will call" tickets by looking up constituents in our ticketing system, printing their will call tickets and distributing their tickets with the utmost of customer service. 5:00 pm- 7:30 pm.
Welcome Festival guests and answer questions. Assist with directing people from the parking lot to the theater entrance. Assist with distributing guest surveys. 5:00 pm- 7:30 pm.
Merchandise Sales Assistant
Assist Festival staff with merchandise sales and the nightly set up and clean up of the gift shop displays. 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm.
Responsible for checking tickets, distributing wrist bands, and directing patrons into the designated seating areas within the bowl (amphitheater). 5:00 pm- 7:30 pm.
Assumes various positions as needed. Flexibility is appreciated as positions will vary nightly. 5:00 pm- as needed.
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare (Daytime position)
Help Festival staff to greet patrons and seat young audience members during our FREE performances staged for children. Volunteers are needed at various locations; please review the Young Shakespeare Program schedule to see where we will be performing this summer season.
This position will include helping in the distribution of posters, brochures, etc around the Lake and in surrounding local communities. If you love to interact with the community and people, this is a fun and interactive way to support the Festival. Please contact volunteer coordinator to arrange.
If you love the computer, we can definitely use your skills in updating and maintaining our database. Hours are flexible and you will be working in our main office in Incline Village. Please contact volunteer coordinator to arrange.
Help with various office duties throughout the calendar year. Please contact volunteer coordinator to arrange.
For more information contact volunteer coordinator Laura Buckner at email@example.com
The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is a 501 C (3) non-profit organization established for the cultural benefit and enjoyment of all residents and visitors to our region. We strive to plan, produce and advocate the finest cultural events at Lake Tahoe while educating future generations on the importance of including theatre, music and art in their everyday lives. Supported by Stimulus Funding through the Nevada Arts Council's SNAP Grant Program.