Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and have fun!
We need help in a variety of areas at each performance.
All volunteers receive a tee-shirt and can watch the show for free.
Take a look at the job descriptions below, then fill out the application.
The volunteer coordinator will contact you via email after receiving your application.
Each volunteer, regardless of age, must submit their own application.
That means that parent/child teams and groups need to fill out a
separate application for everyone in their party.
All jobs require varying levels of time commitment, physical strength, and ability.
All jobs let volunteers watch the majority of the show.
Take a look at the job descriptions below to find what jobs are good for you!
Volunteers tear tickets and hand out programs. Ticket takers are many of the playgoers first impression of the Mountain Play so it’s important to have an enthusiastic and cheerful attitude to help us set the tone for the day. Volunteers will be stationed at the front gate or 1 of 3 of the side gates.
Bus greeters help the parking staff keep the flow of traffic moving safely at the front gate by greeting patrons. Greeters are the first people many Mountain Play patrons see so it is important to be cheerful and upbeat.
Volunteers at the sno-cone booth make sno-cones in PLAYland. Weather permitting, this booth is very popular and keeps volunteers on their toes. This job requires volunteers to return at intermission.
Beer and Wine Booth
Work with board members selling beer and wine. This booth keeps volunteers busy as it is one of the more popular booths. Volunteers must be 21 or older with a valid ID. This job requires volunteers to return at intermission.
Stadium Seat Booth
Volunteers rent and sell stadium seats to patrons before the show. Volunteers should be comfortable handling cash transactions. This job requires volunteers to return to the booth after the show and some heavy lifting.
Raffle Ticket Sales
Raffle ticket is a great job for good salesmen who love talking to people. The raffle is a huge part of our fundraising efforts and brings in up to $20,000 every year that is critical to our bottom line. This job requires volunteers to return at intermission and walk up and down the amphitheatre steps.
Sell Mountain Play merchandise at the t-shirt booth! This is a fun job for volunteers who love the Mountain Play and like to make those hard sells. This job requires volunteers to return at intermission and can require some heavy lifting.
Volunteers act as ambassadors for Mountain Play and make sure that the outreach group is enjoying their day on the mountain. This job may require walking up and down the amphitheatre steps and some heavy lifting.
Reserved Seating Crew
Volunteers help board members set up and seat reserved seating ticket buyers. This is a good job for active volunteers who like to talk to people. This job requires a lot of walking up and down the amphitheatre steps.
Disabled Platform Ushers
Volunteers working at the disabled platform help patrons who may need additional assistance from the golf cart to the theatre. Volunteers also assist patrons on the platform get situated. This job requires patience and occasional heavy lifting. This job also requires volunteers to stay until all patrons that are using the golf cart have exited the theatre safely.
Ushers help patrons find seats and “tuck people in” as the amphitheatre fills up. Diplomacy skills and a sense of humor can be very helpful in this job. This job requires volunteers to walk up and down the amphitheatre steps and to work during the show to keep aisles around them clear.
Help people make their way down the mountain after the show. This job requires volunteers to be in good physical shape. Guides must hike or take the bus to the amphitheatre. Shuttles will be available to take you back to Mountain Play shuttle stops.
Volunteers help get us up and running for the day. This job consists of a lot of very important odd jobs. This is a great job for high school volunteers. This job requires heavy lifting and walking up and down the amphitheatre steps.