The Temple Theatre is constantly looking for ways to improve the theatre going experience for all our guests. As a not-for profit organization, the theatre depends on the assistance of volunteers to help ensure we are connecting with the community through our events and programs. Whatever your skills, talents, or interests, we will find a place for you to use your passions. Whether it is helping prior to an event, during the event, or afterward we need all hands on deck to ensure The Temple Theatre can continue to serve our diverse community.
Some specific volunteer opportunities are listed below.
STREET TEAM: Street team members are advocates for the community who are able to drum up word about upcoming shows, promote events and happenings throughout personal networks. Street Team members will assist with posting flyers, social sharing, and connecting the theatre with local businesses and organizations.
USHER: Help with Front of House operations during shows. We will teach an easy and fun system for guiding people to their seats, safety procedures, ticket handling and general run of show duties. A fun and easy way to meet people and see films and performances, while taking care of a historic theatre.
FRONT LINE: Front Line volunteers help move patrons through the theatre by scanning tickets, directing guests to various parts of the theatre. They may assist with small day of show tasks such as passing out programs, directing guests, and answering questions
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE: Behind the scenes at the Theatre Theatre makes efforts to stay in touch with our guests outside of the show experience. Sometimes this means writing thank you notes, processing data, and reaching out to set up meetings or gather feedback from patrons. Sometimes administrative tasks may include helping create content for communicating about The Temple Theatre and other special projects.
TOUR GUIDES: Tour Guides play a unique role in communicating the history, legacy, and future of the Theatre. Sharing The Temple Theatre. In this role, the volunteer tour guide can share the details that make the theatre a true gem.