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Why Volunteer

THAC is successful because of the continued service and dedication of our Volunteers. We simply couldn’t do what we do without them. The benefits of volunteering include:

Free and Discounted Tickets

Enjoy each show you volunteer to serve. After serving a certain number of hours each season, earn discounted and free tickets to share with family and friends.

Free admission to THAC Sessions

Serve as an usher or bartender, and you, too, may enjoy one of these intimate concerts.

Knowing you’ve helped THAC receive funding

Volunteer engagement directly increases our opportunities for funding from places such as the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District and an array of charitable foundations.

Personal satisfaction

There’s a special joy that comes from encouraging performers of all ages by volunteering to support their productions.

The FAQs

Interested individuals should enjoy interacting with the public; be willing to assist in emergencies; and, most importantly, LOVE LIVE THEATRE! Before contacting us, please review these frequently asked questions to make sure you meet the requirements of volunteer service at THAC.

How old must I be?

All volunteers must be at least 16 years old. Bartenders must be at least 21.

What is the time commitment?

Volunteers must commit to support performances at least 12 times in a season. This equates to two shifts per show run. A shift is typically about four hours long.

What will I be doing?

Volunteers typically serve as greeters, ushers, bartenders or cashiers.

Will I receive special training?

Yes. All volunteers are required to attend a special training session before beginning work.


Be in the know

Letter from the Board of Directors

“Town Hall Premier will offer Something for Everyone” was the headline just before the theatre opened its doors for the very first time. That was true in 1983 — and it is still true today.

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