Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Be a volunteer at Centenary Stage Company


The Centenary Stage Company (CSC) has the perfect opportunity for theatre, music and dance lovers who would like to enjoy great entertainment on a limited budget.  CSC is once again seeking volunteer ushers for upcoming performances in the Lackland Performing Arts Center, which will include the professional performances of Bram Stoker’s DRACULA (Oct 12-28),  ROMEO AND JULIET  by the NJ Ballet (Nov 3 & 4), the annual holiday musical ANNIE (Nov 23 – Dec 9), as well as many other events throughout the 2018-19 professional season.

Patrons interested in volunteering as an usher and front-of house staff will see the concert or event for free on the evening that they participate. 

Volunteering at CSC is also an accredited resource for Community Service hours for students meeting their service commitments.

“Our volunteers are the lifeblood of this not-for-profit organization,” says CSC General Manager, Catherine Rust.  “They provide that wonderful friendly face and personal attention to all our patrons at events, while helping our theater to thrive in a unique and magical way here in the Skylands.”  

The Centenary Stage Company is the professional, not-for-profit Equity regional theatre in residence at Centenary University in Hackettstown, NJ.   The state-of-the art $30-million dollar performing art facility opened in 2010, inspired by an original gift from David and Carol Lackland, based on their belief  in the value of the arts in individual lives and in the health of our communities.

For more information, contact the Centenary Stage Company administrative offices at 908-979-0900 x 5, and find out how much fun “working” can be.

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