Simcoe Little Theatre is made possible by our dedicated and talented volunteers who work together to entertain you season after season. They are the reason SLT is a first-rate theatre experience for people of all ages and abilities and holds a position of pride in our community.   Please see the current volunteer opportunities below and thank you for your support of Simcoe Little Theatre.

Volunteer Roles

We are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions;
– House Managers – Ensure that the patron’s experience is top level and support the other volunteers. House Managers are the lead volunteer on site for all performances. 
– Ticket Checkers – verify that all patrons have a valid ticket for that days performance
– Ushers – take patrons to their seats and offer them a program
– Lift Operator – assisting patrons with the use of the lift to get to the theatre level 
– 50/50 Ticket Sellers – sell tickets for the very popular 50/50. A winner at each performance. 

We have over two dozen show dates available and welcome volunteers to take multiple shifts. If you’re interested in volunteering, feel free to contact our Volunteer Coordinator Caitlin.
Please note volunteers may be required to have a vulnerable sector check done, we are happy to walk you through that if you have not completed one before.

If you are interested please contact Caitlin O’Neill. Keep checking back here for more volunteer opportunities throughout the year. 

Front of House Volunteer Coordinator
Caitlin O’Neill
Phone: 519-583-1031 x224

The Tech Teammanages and oversees the production of all technical aspects of all live theatre and guest events within Simcoe Little Theatre. They oversee lighting, sound, costume and/or set building requirements throughout the presenting season. They work closely with the Artistic Director, Producers and Directors. The Tech Team answers to the Producers. Producers in turn work with and answer to the Artistic Director.   

Each Tech Team member will be responsible for at least one of the main stage productions (four Tech Team members per show) and work in tandem on guest events or special projects. Tech Team members will decide which shows they will each techbefore the presenting season.  

The Tech Team members are not responsible for day-to-day administrative operations or artistic direction. They are solely dedicated to what is technically presented on the SLT stage year-round. 

 Tech Team Skills 

Both creative and open-minded, a successful Tech Team member is flexible and highly adaptable in a fast-paced environment. Assertive and proactive, they work well in groups and have excellent time-management skills. Above all, Tech Team members are resourceful and creative, can guide the theatre and its productions from start to finish and create quality results.  

 Core skills required:  

Ability to multi-task and process information efficiently 

Working knowledge or desire to learn technical programs (lights, sound) 

Comfort working with power tools 

Ability to communicate clearly 

Knowledge of theatre 

Ability to work flexible hours, under tight deadline pressure 

Ability to work within a group

 Work to Budget 

The Tech Team is responsible for determining what resources will be needed and works to secure said resources within the established budget for the success of the main stage productions and special programming.  

Schedule Building

The Tech Team is responsible for setting the technical schedule, establishing regular production meetings and ensuring that all technical aspects of each project stays on schedule. This involves managing a variety of different groups and processes and requires careful attention to detail. 

 Building Maintenance 

The Tech Team will work in with the Artistic Director and Administrative Director in flagging and repairing any small building maintenance issues. All medium and large-scale building issues will be relayed to the Artistic Director and/or the Administrative Director.  

 Monthly maintenance appointments (ie: snow removal, custodial services, elevator and ground maintenance) will be scheduled and monitored by the Artistic Director and the Administrative Director.

If you are interested in being part of the Tech Teams at Simcoe Little Theatre or want more information, please contact