A group of 10 - 12 volunteers assist each show during TPAC's Broadway Series in Jackson Hall. Assignments are made night of show and include program providers, coat check, lobby greeters and others. Volunteers must attend the annual training to be scheduled for these shows.
Two volunteers assist each night as Lobby Greeters guiding patrons to Johnson Theater. These two positions are scheduled through TPAC. Volunteers must attend the annual training to be scheduled for these shows.
Nashville Repertory Theatre also offers separate volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer opportunities are offered occasionally in Polk Theater for TPAC Presents programs. Volunteers assist as greeters guiding patrons to Polk Theater.
HOT Volunteers work alongside trained TPAC ushers to help students and teachers during HOT daytime performances. HOT volunteers assist in the lobby by guiding students from buses to the theater. Volunteers may be assigned additional duties. HOT performances generally take place M-F, 9am-1pm. Volunteers are required to stay the entire time. For more information on HOT, please visit www.tpac.org/education/hot.
InsideOut generally takes place six times annually during the day. Volunteers are asked to assist passing out lunches, sign in and greeting.
Several fundraising and special events are held each year utilizing volunteers in registration, coat check, auction presentation, set-up, clean-up and general customer service. These events can include, but are not limited to: public on-sale events, group sales events, mailings, TPAC representation at events, and more.
Volunteers insert/organize direct mail initiatives at TPAC or at off-site locations around town.
Light filing, database entry or office support for TPAC staff is carried out by the volunteer at
both the volunteer’s and TPAC staff’s convenience. Work may be performed at TPAC, at the
volunteer’s home or via email depending on type of service needed.
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