The Holidays are ALWAYS brighter with charitable giving and the Volunteer hours that support so many Community Celebrations --and the Productions at Alton Little Theater are no exception! The Theater is mounting the World Premier of a very funny Holiday Show called " A TWISTED CHRISTMAS CAROL" December 6th through 15th AND THEN on Friday, December 20th and Saturday, December 21st , ALT will host SING-A-LONG-WITH SANTA -- A cozy, FUN night with Cookies, Hot Chocolate AND Gifts for some young ones who share their hopes and dreams with Santa as part of the joyful noise and celebration that the Theater's Production team can conjure up! HOWEVER, we NEED donations of new toys, gift certificates, and money to help fund this gift for the Community! At the very least, you might consider purchasing a TICKET and/or Ushering for the December EVENTS! Please email ALT's Volunteer coordinator - Diana Kay ( firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com). Together, we'll Create some BRIGHT HOLIDAYS!
Contact the theater via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 462-3205 for more information on volunteering.
The most visible volunteers are the actors on the stage. Many actors enjoy their first stage experience at ALT. Talented people of all ages perform in our productions; no special training or experience is required. Auditions are posted on ALT’s website several months prior to a show.
Although the tech crews are not seen onstage, they are an essential part of every production. These volunteers build the scenery, paint set pieces and backdrops, hang the lights, record sound effects, sew or coordinate wardrobe and find props. During rehearsal they provide support and assistance to the performers and directors. During the performance they move the scenery and props during scene changes, help the actors with costume changes and insure the performance runs smoothly.
Volunteers are needed who can assemble sound effects and music for a show. Once the sound is designed, and the lighting instruments are hung and gelled, a sound tech runs the audio control board for the show and a lighting tech is needed at the controls of the lighting board. We are happy to train new people; once trained you can help with as many of our performances as you can fit into your schedule.
Looking after the comfort and safety of our audience is the responsibility of the House Manager. The House Manager serves as the head usher during performances and is responsible for closing the theater at night.
Several ushers are needed for each performance to take tickets, help patrons to their seats before the performance, help with beverages and snacks during intermission, and help to insure a safe and orderly exit of the auditorium at the end of the performance.
Volunteers perform many of the tasks necessary to keep our Community Theater running smoothly. They help with box office, marketing, publicity, phones, office work, social events and social functions.
In addition to all the tasks listed, there is always a need for hard working dedicated individuals to serve on the ALT Board of Directors. Board positions are filled with individuals from within our volunteer community.