This is the signup link for box office volunteers for our second Chekhov in the 2014/15 season, and our innaugural Staff Showcase: UNCLE VANYA.
Shifts begin one hour before each showtime, and all volunteers receive a comp ticket for the performance. If you’re signing up more than one person (a kid, a spouse with you) please select the number of signup boxes appropriate rather than indicating this in the notes field.
Please let us know if you have trouble using this tool, or contact us directly at 502.589.0084 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOCATION: Nancy Niles Sexton Stage at Walden Theatre
Anyone interested in volunteering for the Three Sisters Box Office may now sign up!
Volunteers assist Walden Theatre staff with box office cash handling, programs, and ticket taking before each performance. We need between 1 and 3 volunteers depending on the day and time of shows. Box office opens one hour before showtime–same time actors need to be here–and volunteers receive a complimentary ticket for that show. Parents and mature students are welcome!
The Young American Shakespeare Festival opens Thursday and we hope to secure volunteers to assist with box office before each performance. We need between 1 and 3 volunteers depending on the day and time of shows. To sign up, click the following link:
Sign-Up Genius Form
Box office opens one hour before showtime–same time actors need to be here–and volunteers receive a complimentary ticket for that show.
Also, here’s a link for the Facebook Event for the Festival, which includes details about As You Like It, Pericles, and Richard II. Please share it around on social media and email and help everyone find out about these classic shows brought to life on stage!
Thanks to all of you for this big help!
Chili and all kinds of great food
Raffle drawings (everyone’s selling their raffle tix, right?!)
In short: big times. This is our most important community event of the year, and it’s a huge fundraiser that helps us keep providing exceptional experiences to young people throughout the year. And it’s so much fun for everyone.
We hope families can volunteer to bring chili or other items for the event.
And we’re still accepting donations toward our Silent Auction, so if you’d like to donate GOODS (wine, sports or concert tickets, gift cards, jewelry, memorabilia), SERVICES (health and beauty, legal services, gourmet dinners, web/stationary design, psychics), or OTHER IDEAS (hotels/flight vouchers, time share, ski chateau, bourbon tours, gift baskets, anything!) please contact Norma in the business office ASAP.
The first weekend in October is the St. James Court Art Show, and Walden Theatre has been invited again to set up a booth and share information with the throngs of people attending. Staff will be at the booth at all times, and in addition we’ll need parents, board members, supporters, and students to help us tell our story better. As ever, volunteering can help students earn hard-core points. Shifts are broken into 2-hour increments to make it easy to commit without costing anyone an entire day.
And we can sell raffle tickets!
The booth is located on 4th Street, about halfway between Hill and Magnolia and very close to the Fountain Court cut through that takes you in to St. James Court (and, yes, the fountain there). Here’s a link for the Google map location. We’re close to food and drink and ice cream, if those are things you like.
Here’s a link for the online volunteer signup.
Box office volunteers help with tearing tickets, handing out programs, and sometimes taking payment, and for this little bit of help every volunteer gets a comp ticket to that performance. This is great for parents who are already dropping cast members off, and for Walden Theatre students wanting to earn hard-core points. Box office opens one hour before each performance.
Here are the first signups for the season:
Summer and Smoke
September 19-28 – click to sign up
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Charlie Sexton
Six Characters in Search of an Author
October 10-19 – click to sign up
by Steve Moulds, adapted from the play by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Hallie Dizdarevic
Get in the Festival spirit. Now. Do it now. While there’s still time. Slant won’t last forever, but it will last through Sunday November 18 right here at Walden Theatre. Here’s some key information you’ll need to know to maximize your enthusiasm:
Final 3 performances are Nov 15 @ 7:30pm, Nov 17 @ 5:30pm, and Nov 18 @ 5:30pm. Walden Theatre students get in to see one performance free, and we know that many students haven’t been to the show yet. It’s not too late, but we’re running out of opportunities!
COMP: DEBATE OVER COURTNEY O’CONNELL OF COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA
The good people at Theatre  are offering Walden students the chance to see their final performance of this show on Nov 18 @ 7:30pm for free. So here’s the plan: Come to the 5:30 show of Salvation Road, then stick around for the 7:30pm show of Debate Over Courtney O’Connell for a free ticket. It’s just that easy.
We still need ushers for all performances. Click here for the link to sign up. Each volunteer shift earns tickets to two shows + a Slant Culture Theatre Festival t-shirt! Anyone 16 and up can join the fun, and this is a great way to participate in this first-ever festival that Louisville’s been missing. Plunge into the Culture!