Volunteer

Intrepid Theatre relies on the skills and enthusiasm of around 300 volunteers each year – to sell tickets, be bike couriers, host visiting artists, and run special events.  Build skills, make friends, and enjoy great perks as part of our volunteer community. Read on, or call Intrepid Theatre at 250-383-2663.

 

More Volunteer Opportunities

Every year, Intrepid Theatre Company serves up more than four hundred local and international performances of brand new plays, musicals, stand-up comedy, improv, magic, circus artists, monologists, theatre for young audiences, puppeteers, dance and physical theatre shows to hungry audiences in Victoria BC.

How do we do it? We rely on more than three hundred festival and event volunteers to help sell tickets, answer questions, bartend, host artists, distribute posters and programs, collect surveys, set up and run spectacular special events for all ages, and deliver stuff by bike and car.

You can help!  Our volunteer program is festival-based, so pick a festival or time when you’re most available and we’ll match you up with a job based on your skills and interests.

  • May:  Uno Fest (solo performance)
  • June: OUTstages (queer theatre)
  • August-September: Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival (anything goes)

We create a fun and friendly environment for volunteers, where you’ll receive training, support from our staff, and special volunteer perks – such as Fringebucks, you get one Fringebuck for every shift you work. Fringebucks are valid for one admission to a show of your choice at any Intrepid Theatre festival, they never expire, and you can share them with friends.

Join our volunteer mailing list to receive updates about application dates. We’re using VolunteerSpot to organize our volunteer shifts and sign-ups online. If you have any issues call Justine 250-383-2663.

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Intrepid Theatre respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the traditional and unceded territories,
of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.