Getting involved in theatre: volunteering
Join the team, have some fun, and help your Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance excel!
The Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center (LNTDC) is an active production facility, presenting the work of the entire Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance to the public. Our tight production schedule keeps us constantly designing, building and painting scenery, sewing costumes, focusing lights, rehearsing, and promoting shows for the Ruth N. Halls Theatre and the Wells-Metz Theatre. Our workforce for the technical end of production comes from undergraduates taking technical theatre classes and limited work-study opportunities. Casting is done in open auditions.
Our success, like most producing theatres around the world, depends upon many volunteers outside of the classroom and rehearsal hall. There are a number of perks for volunteering, including free tickets to shows, the opportunity to learn about different areas in theatre production, and making many new friends. All volunteer opportunities are open to any student at IU, so bring your friends from other departments to help. Here’s a secret….volunteering in the Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance is a great way to have fun and see our shows for FREE!