Powerhouse Theatre is inviting you to be part of the team and become a volunteer. From artistic talents to set construction and everything in between … we need you to make it happen. Interested? Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are encouraging you to enter the world of live theatre by becoming a member of the Powerhouse. We have a lot of fun creating and producing our shows for Vernon. It's an experience that is hard to explain in a few words, but once you have felt the camaraderie and joy of taking a script to opening night, it's not something you will easily forget. Acting on stage is the visible result of the performance... putting the show together takes many, many people and= hundreds of hours to get there.
We need set constructors, costume people, poster designers, ushers, back stage helpers, the list goes on and on.
If you are interested in helping out or being part of any upcoming productions, please contact email@example.com.
All Powerhouse Theatrical Society's productions are held at the Powerhouse Theatre (2901 35th Avenue, Vernon).
Costume Bank is open 4pm - 7pm on Thursdays.
DID YOU KNOW ......
If you say ‘Macbeth’ in a theatre, you are meant to walk three times in a circle anti-clockwise, then either spit or say a rude word. The idea of the ‘curse’ of Macbeth has a complicated origin, though it was certainly given a leg up in 1898 when novelist and wit Max Beerbohm put about the idea that the play was unlucky. That said, it has had its fair share of tragedies and disasters: in a 1942 production starring John Gielgud, four people involved in the production died, including two of the Witches and the man playing Duncan