Native Earth Performing Arts is looking for volunteers for our 2015-2016 season
(Huff by Cliff Cardinal, Caminos 2015: Re-imagining Las Americas, Weesageechak Begins to Dance 28 Annual Festival of Indigenous Works) and other upcoming shows that are taking place in the Aki Studio. As a volunteer, you will be able to gain valuable customer service experience and be offered a behind the scenes look at presenting a theatre production. No previous experience is necessary!
We are currently looking for volunteers to help out as USHERS. Usher duties include greeting patrons, handing out programs, ripping tickets and more.
Native Earth Performing Arts is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the developing, producing, and presenting of professional artistic expression of the Indigenous experience in Canada. Through stage productions (theatre, dance and multi-disciplinary), new script development, apprenticeships and internships, Native Earth seeks to fulfill a community of artistic visions. It is a vision that is inclusive and reflective of the artistic directions of members of the Indigenous community who actively participate in the arts. We manage the 120 seat Aki Studio Theatre as a creation, production and rental venue. Ushers will be assisting with a variety of shows from a multitude of theatre companies.
By becoming a NEPA volunteer, you will become an essential part of our growing community!
- You will gain valuable volunteer hours and experience that can be applied towards school requirements.
- We can also provide a reference letter.
- Finally, you are welcome to watch the performance each time you volunteer as an usher.
If you have interest in volunteering in other ways, let us know!
For more information and to apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: VOLUNTEER 2015-2016.
NATIVE EARTH PERFORMING ARTS
585 Dundas St. EAST - Office Suite 250 - Aki Studio Theatre, Suite 120 - Toronto, ON M5A 2B7
Phone Number: 416-531-1402
Kat Horzempa – Marketing & Patron Services Manager
Posted by: Native Earth Performing Arts
For more information: http://www.nativeearth.ca/