MHS Boosters contribute their time and talents in a variety of ways. Please fill out our form below to express interest in being involved with Boosters in the coming year! Various volunteer opportunities are explained at the bottom of the page.
A general summary of the help needed appears below. Some categories may not be applicable in the coming year, but we would still like to know of your interest for future years. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Maintaining and sewing show costumes.
Crew Wednesdays - Teaching a Talent
Coming to crew work sessions (typically on Wednesdays form 4 - 6 pm), and teaching skills beneficial to theatre, such as using power tools, sewing, sound engineering, or painting techniques.
Each school year theatre boosters operate concessions during 2 or 3 dance competitions held at the PAC (except 2021, due to construction). Concessions are sold from the PAC office, and typically include hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, candy and beverages. Many volunteers are needed to operate the concession stand during the events. In recent years, this has been our most profitable fundraiser.
Flower and Merchandise Sales
During shows, selling flowers or other items to be bestowed on cast & crew members.
Being "on call" during the daytime hours to run errands (typically during the final crunch time of a show production) for tasks such as picking up show t-shirts, programs, or props.
Hosting cast/crew parties after a show or Thespis celebration.
Photography of shows, cast head shots, and theatre club activities.
Create show program, gathering information from director, stage manager and others, including cast/crew lists and bios, sponsor ads, etc.
Selling program ads in MHS Theatre programs to local businesses.
Writing articles about upcoming shows for the local paper and the school district.
Coordinating placemen of posters in the community
Website content and updates
Acquiring and setting up refreshments that are made available during show intermissions.
Tech Week Food
During the final rehearsal week of each show -- known as "Tech Week" -- coordinating and serving meals for the cast and crew.
Coordinating refreshments and decorations for the Thespis Celebration at the end of the year.
Selling tickets at the box office before shows, learning to use our ticket printing and credit card systems.