Volunteer

Robyn is Happy

Robyn is Happy from 2014-2014 Mainstage Series

There’s no better way to be part of the action than working behind the scenes for B Street! Each year we accept talented volunteers to assist in productions—giving you a firsthand look at how a play comes together from start to finish. If you love theatre and believe in the importance of the arts, consider helping us put on memorable theatre performances for audiences of all ages.

Volunteer Positions


Automotive Handyman Volunteer
We are looking for someone to assist with keeping the theatre’s many vehicles in tip-top shape! Our School Tour vans and vehicles take our actors across the entire state so they can perform up to three shows every weekday, so you can bet our vehicles need some love. Be a part of Sacramento’s most highly regarded professional theatre and arts education program! Please submit a letter of interest noting qualifications or a resume (not required) to gmccord@bstreettheatre.org.

Handyman Volunteer
We are looking for someone to assist with keeping the theatre in tip-top shape! Be a part of Sacramento’s most highly regarded professional theatre and arts education program! Please submit a letter of interest noting qualifications or a resume (not required) to gmccord@bstreettheatre.org.
Click here for the Volunteer Handyman Position Description.


Administrative Volunteer
We need an administrative volunteer to assist with the running of our marketing, development, and education programs. Please submit a letter of interest noting qualifications or a resume (not required) to gmccord@bstreettheatre.org.
Click here for the Admin Volunteer Position Description.


Stage Hand or Shop Carpenter
If you would like to volunteer as a stage hand or shop carpenter, please call Jerry Montoya at 916.443.5391 x109 or by email at jmontoya@bstreettheatre.org.


Ushering
If you are interested in ushering, please contact the Usher Coordinator, Claudia Rich at claudia.rich@sbcglobal.net.

Please note that some volunteer positions require training and a commitment to a specified number of hours. Volunteers may be required to stand for moderately long periods of time, move quickly, and move up and down stairs easily. They must also have vision (either with or without seeing aids) to see in sometimes dim light. Volunteers may also be required to lift up to 50 pounds. There may be other volunteer opportunities for people who do not meet these requirements.