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Volunteer Sign-up

Fall Volunteer Sign up 2014

Volunteer Orientation

In order to assist at the Webb Center, all volunteers must first go through a short orientation.

Training sessions will be held for the 2014-2015 Fall and Spring Seasons:

Monday, December 1 at 6pm in the Webb Center theatre – Welcome Back Party for returning volunteers and anyone who is interested in volunteering this season.

Tuesday, December 2 from 1-4pm in the Webb Center theatre – Mandatory Volunteer Orientation, including Emergency Evacuation training.

If you are interested in becoming a Webb Center volunteer, please contact Blaise Wingert, Volunteer Coordinator at 928-684-6624.


For the full details on physical requirements, responsibilities, arrival times, the dress code, and more information about volunteering at the Webb Center, please read our Volunteer Handbook.


Blaise Wingert, Volunteer Coordinator 
Webb Center Box Office: (928)684-6624
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am- 5:00 pm

Reggie DeBuriatte, House Manager

7 Comments on Volunteers

  1. Tom & Babs Moody says:

    We will not be in town for the volunteer training but are willing to do whatever is required. We will return the 3rd weekend in October.
    We filled out the performance schedule but did not know how to submit it. Should we print and mail it to Blaise ?

  2. Shelby says:

    Hello Tom & Babs!
    We’ll miss you at orientation but will let you know about another training session later in the year. You can send the performance sign-up sheet to Blaise in the mail. Or if you can, scan it and email it to her at bwingert@dewpac.org.
    See you when you get back!

  3. carolyn weaver says:

    Stef,Thought I would ck again with you any tickets left for the syphony for Chuck and the Thomases?

  4. Donna Hueftle says:

    Loved your picture in the Jan newsletter! “The Webb Centers Four Redneck Damsels???”
    Happy New Year!
    Bob & Donna

  5. Sharon Pearson says:

    I’ve made myself flash cards so I can better learn the seating chart but I am unsure how to talk to myself, and when appropriate, to patrons. I currently say to myself for ORCH tickets, “Right, down the ramp” (or Left), and for upper right “Right, down the aisle” or “Right, across the top” (ditto for the left). Should I be talking to myself differently?

    • Shelby says:

      That sounds fine to tell yourself that if it helps you guide patrons to their seats. Feel free to come to the Box Office and talk to Blaise if you have any further questions or need a little more help.

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