Volunteers Make A Difference!
Beck Center for the Arts invites you to experience the arts and make a difference at the same time by becoming a volunteer! As a nonprofit organization, we rely on civic-minded individuals, like you, to help provide important volunteer services.
Beck Center was named one of the Best Volunteer Opportunities for Art LoversSee Why!
Box Office – Ushers & House Managers - Professional Theater
Beck Center is seeking volunteer ushers for our professional theater productions. All ushers are entitled to a free seat to each show they usher - so grab a friend and help make a difference while enjoying the magic of live theater. Email Rennie Tisdale or call 216.521.2540 x28 to schedule. Thank you!
ON STAGE NEXT: Disney's The Little Mermaid | December 2 - December 31 | 7:30 p.m. Fridays 2:30 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays | Additional showtimes throughout Holiday season | See full show schedule and learn about the performance
To ensure the integrity of productions, members of the Run Crew are required to provide a minimum commitment of: Tech Week (Sun-Thursday) and at least half of the performances during the run of a production. Volunteer positions include props, back stage dressers, follow-spot operators, light board operators, and scenery movers.
Contact Scott Spence
Beck Center’s Women’s Board
The Women’s Board is Beck Center’s longest standing volunteer group, established in 1936. They are a fundraising and social membership group who are dedicated to supporting our mission. This group hosts monthly lunch meetings from September through May, sponsors two annual fundraising events, and operates a boutique during performances. They welcome new members with fresh ideas and energy. Membership fee is $25 per year.
Contact Janice Mastin-Kamps for information.
Dance Alliance of Beck Center (DABC)
DABC is a volunteer organization that originated from parents of children enrolled in dance classes that wanted to make their children’s experience the best it could be. We are so pleased to now include not only parents, but grandparents, alumni, friends, and people who just love dance.
All of our fundraising is done in an effort to keep the cost, to our families who have children that dance at Beck Center, as affordable as possible. We do this to help off-set the cost of performances, provide additional educational experiences through master classes, award yearly scholarships. We have also contributed to funding equipment, costumes, lighting, storage organization, meals during performances, and a new dance floor.
We are proud to be an integral part of the dance department at Beck Center. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would like more information, contact DABC President Carrie Brindza
Theater Alliance of Beck Center (TABC)
TABC is comprised of families and friends of students enrolled in Theater Education courses and/or who perform in the Youth Theater productions at Beck Center. TABC’s primary responsibilities are:
- To support and enrich the student education experience
- Act as a liaison between families and the Theater Education Staff
- Provide crucial hands-on support to Youth Theater productions and events throughout the season.
TABC provides assistance through simple fundraising efforts like enrollment fees, weekly doughnut sales, cast support table sales, etc. These funds enable TABC to offer additional educational opportunities like Master Classes; fund the pit orchestra for the spring musical; host last day of semester receptions; purchase new equipment for the Theater Education department; and explore new ways to support Beck Center goals and improve the Youth Theater experience. TABC offers several support options (Friendship Levels) starting from $10.
Contact TABC President, Annie Powell for more information.
A group dedicated to beautifying the many gardens on Beck Center's campus. Anyone is welcome to join – there is no membership fee.
For project dates and times, contact Maria Parke.
Thank you for supporting the arts in our community!