During the course of the year, we present the Summer Festival and our Annual Gala, and we need your help to make each event a success.
Join us in achieving our mission of creating and nurturing new musical theater.
We’ve got an incredible lineup of new musicals this year, and we need your help to make this festival a raging success. Previously, we limited the number of shifts you could sign up for, but now we’re upping the perks;
1) There is no limit to the number of shifts you can sign up for, so if you want to see every single show in our festival, you can!
2) The volunteer who signs up for and attends the most shifts will be invited to our Closing Night Ceremony and receive a prize from our NYMF team!
Before you dive in, check out the job descriptions below so that you can customize your volunteer experience:
At NYMF, we have two volunteer positions: Program Guide Delivery and Front of House.
Check out each role below:
Every year, the NYMF team creates a program guide with information about every show in our festival. We disburse this guide throughout the city to specific marketing partners, and a large number of industry offices, which is where you come in. During this two-hour shift, we’ll provide you and your teammate with a route and specific drop-off locations so that you can help us spread the word about our shows.
People per shift: 4 (teams of 2)
Dress code: Smart casual; Close-toed, comfortable shoes; solid colored shirt (no logos or designs, especially if they are religious, political, or explicit); shorts are allowed.
What to bring: Sunscreen and Water
Shift Length: 2 hours
Important Dates: Training June 19th from 3-6pm or June 21st from 6-9pm, Shifts will be on June 28th and 29th.
At every show, we need 1 - 2 volunteers Front of House. In this position, you’ll greet and direct audience members, help them find Will Call and the restrooms, as well as manage the General Admission and Priority Seating lines. Other front of house tasks, including but not limited to program disbursement, may be assigned at the will of the House Manager. Once everyone is seated, you’ll see the show as well! Post show, you’ll see guests out and ask for any final donations to NYMF.
People per shift: 1 - 2
Dress Code: Smart casual; close-toed shoes; lanyard; solid colors only (no logos or graphics, especially if they are religious, political, or explicit); no shorts.
What to bring: Water
Shift Length: 1.5 hours + show time
Important Dates: Training June 19th from 3-6pm or June 21st from 6-9pm, Shifts will be on July 9th - August 5th.
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