Front of House Training: June 14 or 15
New ushers and ticket takers are strongly encouraged to attend Front of House Training June 14, 6:30 PM or June 15, 1:00 PM at the WSU Performing Arts Center. Returning Front of House volunteers who would like a refresher are also invited to attend. WSU Campus Map
Front of House volunteer openings
There are remaining open Front of House positions, especially in July. Select Volunteer Local to sign up for a position. There may be cancellations or additional positions added so heck for openings throughout the season. If you would like to be on a waiting list please contact, Sharon Grossardt, Front of House Team Co-Leader
Volunteer Local Tips
To review your volunteer positions go to Volunteer Local. Select the check your status link; enter your email address. A list of what you have volunteered for will arrive in your email.
You can also cancel a shift online.
Costume Shop and Hospitality Volunteer Opportunities
The costume shop welcomes new people who would like to help with some hand sewing. The shop is located in Valencia Hall on the Cotter/St. Mary’s Campus at the corner of Villa and Howard. Contact: Stephanie Jones, Shop hours are
Tuesday-Thursday 9-6; Friday 9-5; Saturday10-6; Sunday 10-4; Lunch is 12:30-1:30.
Thank you to knitters at Yanrology including FOW Amanda Bauer, Jennifer Georgieff , and Blandine Berthelot for knitting chainmail cowls and sleeves for Richard III costumes. GRSF actor Stephanie Lambourn models a cowl.
The Hospitality team welcomes new cooks and hosts to help with June tech week meals. Menus for June 13 – 18 are in the Doodles below. Select a doodle to “sign up”; Contact Karin or Jim Worthley to help with the Hospitality/Food Team. It’s fun and a great way to interact with other FOW and GRSF company members.
The team needs containers for leftovers. If you have some to get rid of please deliver them to the “food room,” 103 Minne Hall on the WSU campus.
More photos of Season 14 in progress
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/grshakes including the including the one above that shows off Stephanie Lamborn, Rebecca Bernstein’s costume design, and the chain mail knitted by Aaron Young and the volunteers at Yarnology.