Get involved and “make a scene!”
Albuquerque Little Theatre is a nonprofit, volunteer organization. The purpose of ALT is to provide community members the opportunity to participate in all aspects of theatrical production. Over 500 volunteers are involved each year in producing our shows, and they are crucial to our success! Volunteers participate in activities that include, among others, box office assistance, performing, building scenery, sewing costumes and ushering for performances. The ALT family of volunteers always has room for more, and we need YOU!
**Join our ALT STREET TEAM!
We need awesome folks like you to help put out show posters and distribute our little rack cards to local businesses! It doesn’t take much time, but it has a HUGE IMPACT for us, so you are making a huge difference. We supply the posters/cards — all you have to do is take a few and as you go around town on your regular daily errands, ask whatever businesses you patronize if they will put up a poster, and/or put some of the small rack cards by their register. 99% of the time they say YES! If they say no, thank them and head to your next stop This is the absolute EASIEST WAY YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE THROUGH VOLUNTEERING. PLUS, It’s a fun way to volunteer, which makes you feel great AND looks great on a resume! IT’S A WIN-WIN!
So PLEASE CONTACT ALT STREET TEAM LEADER JENNIFER GONZALES AT firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 362-2047 for all the details! And THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR REPRESENTING ALT WITH PRIDE!
**ALT STILL NEEDS DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS FOR THE LAST 2 SHOWS OF OUR 2012 – 2013 SEASON! JOIN US!
CALL FOR BACKSTAGE VOLUNTEERS:
The Albuquerque Little Theatre is looking for (volunteer) backstage crew members for our 2012-13 season. Backstage crew positions include deck crew, light board and spotlight operators, sound operators, wardrobe mistresses and dressers, assistant stage managers, and scenic build, strike, and paint crews. Backstage run crews are evening and weekend positions, scenic build and paint crews are weekdays during the day. Shows include:
Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”
— April 12 – 28, 2013 — Rated PG-13
Mel Brooks’ “The Producers”
— May 24 – June 16, 2013 — Rated R
If interested in crewing one or more of these shows, please submit a letter of intent via email to Colby Martin Landers, (ALT Technical Director) at Colby@abqlt.org. In your submission please provide your email and phone number, what backstage area you are interested in, and your level of experience in theater.
*NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.