Join the North Carolina Theatre Curtain Callers!
The Curtain Callers are a community of volunteers that provide assistance and support to North Carolina Theatre in a variety of ways. Membership is open to anyone who has a love of theater and wants to support the cultivation of the Arts in their own backyard.
Jennifer Foster as Tracy Turnblad and Jason Kappus as Link Larkin in Hairspray. Photo: Curtis Brown Photography
Curtain Callers can be seen in the lobby of every Main Stage production, selling merchandise, greeting patrons at the door, taking photos at the Photo Booth and welcoming Jaguar Land Rover Cary Backer's Club members. They are also busy behind the scenes, welcoming out-of-town cast and crew, providing a home-cooked cast dinner for each production, working with the North Carolina Theatre Conservatory by providing additional volunteer support and scholarships. We contribute annually to the De Ann Jones Educational Scholarship.
Annual Membership Dues: $25 per season (Jan-Oct)
Attend meetings as able
Pay annual dues
Volunteer at Main Stage Shows, Conservatory Events and other volunteer activities
Contribute food or make a cash donation for Cast Dinners held on the final Sunday of
each Main Stage show.
2013-2014 Curtain Caller Meetings:
Our next meeting will be a "Virtual Meeting" on July 1st. Information typically covered in our business meetings will be distributed to all NCT volunteers via email.
*All meetings are at 7pm and at the NC Theatre Conservatory at 3043 Barrow Drive Raleigh, NC 27616.
Contact any of the following 2013-2014 Curtain Caller Board Members - or come to our next meeting!
President: Joanne Fruth
Vice President: Beth Marhelko
Secretary: Julie Foley
Treasurer: Mary Marcantonio
Volunteer Coordinator: Danalouise Reeves
Merchandise Chairs: Joanne Fruth, Beth Marhelko and Tracy Chandler
Culture: Feed the spirit of local citizens by providing outstanding theatre productions, using the best regional and national talent available, while preserving the unique American art form of musical theatre. Community: Fortify the cultural vitality of the region by offering broad access to live theatre, while strengthening economic growth in the region. Citizenship: Foster the next generation of artists and leaders who will become future patrons of the arts through training, performance, and outreach programs.
The Vision of North Carolina Theatre is to preserve the unique American art form of musical theatre, to provide broad access to the arts and to entertain and engage diverse audiences.
• Pursuit of artistic excellence and integrity of process. • Care and attention to creating memorable patron experiences • Fiscal transparency to uphold the trust of our donor community • Belief in the power of the performing arts to transform lives and communities • Commitment to theatre education across all ages • Dedication to collaboration and community engagement
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Photo Credit: Curtis Brown Photography Actors/Actresses: Everett Quinton as Stepmother and Jessica Rush as Cinderella in Cinderella