Parent Volunteer Jobs for Aladdin Jr

Adult Volunteer Opportunities 

The following Coordinator positions will have a volunteer “team” working on specific projects and tasks. If you would like to volunteer for a team, please sign up at the Parent Meeting or online. We ask the families of each cast member for 10 volunteer hours during the production.

House Managing Coordinator (and crew): House Managing is the coordination of all activity that happens for the audience – tickets, seating, ushers, programs, lobby decor and concessions. Oversees that house committees (program, ticketing, and concessions) are within budget and collect information weekly for producer. Must be available during shows. Good organization and people skills. Position may be co-chaired. One person needs to be at the theatre during Tech Week to let parents in when rehearsals are going on. 

Ticketing Coordinator: ( 1 coordinator, 2 people on the crew needed) Coordinates ticketing for all shows including Box Office during all performances. 

Lobby Decoration Coordinator (and crew): Create a lobby display using at least cast/crew headshots, rehearsal photos and signage. Can be a bit more elaborate and creative. Will need to take headshots for the Bio Boards or assign someone to do this. 

Photographer: Take press and headshots photos as well as run of show photos.

Concessions Coordinator (and crew): Organizes concession sales (snacks, drinks, memorabilia) during performances. Organize purchases, nightly volunteers, setup and clean up. Must be available before shows and at intermission. 

Program Coordinator: Work with Director/producers to design program and printing of program for all performances.

Program Ad Sales: Obtain ads for program. Create ad insert for program.

Costume Coordinator (and crew): (1 Coordinator, 1-4 crew, depending on show size) Coordinates and organizes costumes and supervises costume team schedule for tech week and shows, assist at costume parade and locate appropriate costumes. Help purchase supplies for the costumes that need to be sewn, and distributing to cast families – if needed. Sewing experience helpful but not necessary.

Props Coordinator (and crew): (1 Coordinator, 1-2 crew members, depending on show size and needs) In charge of coordinating and care props for the production. Returning all borrowed items as necessary. Setup of prop tables for production during load-in or first tech rehearsal.

Set Crew: (1 Coordinator, 2-8 crew members, depending on show size and needs) Paints and/or builds the sets and props, working closely with the Technical Director. Construction, painting and rigging experience helpful.

Publicity Coordinator (and crew):(1 Coordinator, 2-4 crew members) Responsible for design & distribution of posters, school communications and community announcements. Organize previews with school or community groups. Send press releases to local papers, online accounts, and social media through school district. Ordering and distribution of cast/crew t-shirts.

Hospitality Coordinator (and crew): Responsible for coordinating collection and distribution of snacks during longer rehearsals and set work days for volunteers and coordinating the Cast Party on Sunday, March 18.

Concessions Coordinator (and crew): (1 Coordinator and 2-4 crew members) Organizes donations and various other items for sale during intermission. Assigns people to work the lobby during the play. 

Carpool Coordinator (and drivers): Responsible for coordinating carpools after rehearsals with volunteer drivers as needed for students.

Generalized Helpers: People willing to help out with set production, costumes, publicity,  props, etc. if one crew is overwhelmed and needs a hand.