Descriptions of volunteer positions:
click Here for signup spreadsheet
Remember that each family with Children in the play is required to give at least 4 hours of Service to the Show.
* IMPORTANT CHANGE*
In an effort to make being a "group leader" not such a time consuming position we are going to try something new this year. If we can get enough "group leaders" signed up we will split the time between the group leaders. Some will be in change of Dance days, one dress rehearsal and one show night, and the other leaders will be in charge of music days, the other dress rehearsal and the remaining show night.
Please consider being a group leader- these positions are critical to making the show possible.
Your child will not be fully signed up until you fill out a position on the Volunteer Spreadsheet
**If you have trouble adding yourself to the spreadsheet- please e-mail us at email@example.com with your wished position and we will add you- the Google doc won't let you add if using a mobile device. Try double clicking in the desired cell if on a desktop.
Show Director- writes, designs, and directs the show
Show Choreographer- develops dance choreography for all groups
Assistant Director- helps the director at rehearsals and assists with running lines and choreography with the main cast
Music Director- plays the piano, helps groups and the main cast rehearse music
Assistant Music Director- plays the piano; alternates with music director as needed
Stage Manager- takes charge of all sets, props, and backstage crew; coordinates with the show director and artistic director on set needs
Volunteer Organizer- keeps track of all volunteers and ensures every family has done at least 4 hours
Age Group Leader- helps teach their group’s song and dance; attends all rehearsals; sits with group during performances and gets them ready to go on stage.
Assistant Group Leaders- helps where the leader needs them, including costume and makeup for dress rehearsal and performances; usually take turns sitting with the groups during performances
Costume Director- works with show director to design new costumes and best utilize ones in storage; works with volunteer organizer to get volunteers the needed materials
Fabric Cutters- willing to cut out fabric for multiple costumes; either at home or at a cutting party
Set Builders- build pieces of set as needed reports to stage manager
Cast Treat/Reward Coordinator- sets up a local vendor (Macey's, McDonalds, etc) to donate a cast treat or reward for closing night
Lyrics and Costume Fliers Creator- types up small fliers for groups detailing their costume needs and the song lyrics to practice
Grant Writer- writes grant proposals during the year to get us our funding
Sponsor Banner Creator-creates show specific advertisement banner acknowledging our sponors
DVD Coordinator- Coordinate burning of DVDs and distribution to those who purchase
Sewers- willing to sew costumes; please specify ability from simple to expert
Crafters- willing to make smaller props/costume pieces; no sewing required. We will have items available to take home and work on, or you can join other crafters at the park during morning practices and work together.
Sergers- willing to serge/hem costumes; need to have a serger
Artistic Director- works with the show director and stage manager; designs and paints backdrops/flats/set pieces as needed
Painters- paints backgrounds and set pieces as required by the artistic director
T-shirt Coordinator- keeps track of show t-shirt orders; organizes and disperses shirts and collects money
T-shirt Designer- designs an appropriate show logo for the show t-shirt
Parade Coordinator- enters show into the Nibley City Heritage Days Parade; gets flatbed or similar conveyance and decorates it for parade; organizes everyone on parade day
Assistant Parade Coordinator- helps decorate parade entry and organize kids on parade day
Costume Washing- takes costumes home to be cleaned as needed and returned promptly; after show is over
Backdrop Setup and Take-down- puts up and takes down backdrop and other set pieces as needed for final dress rehearsal, and performances
Program Creator-- creates the program for the show; in charge of encouraging the children to draw cover designs
Lyrics Poster Maker- writes up all the words to each age group's songs onto posters for use during rehearsals
Certificate Designer-makes beautiful participation certificates for the cast and crew
Photographer-takes pictures of rehearsals and performances
Videographer-films both performances and creates a DVD
Hair Designer- Be at the park for dress rehearsal and performances. Do cast members hair, as well as assist director in deciding how each group should wear their hair.
Makeup Designer- Coordinate with director as to what the makeup for each group will be. Organize makeup by group and supervise distribution and application on dress rehearsal day and and performances.