Rockville Little Theatre

Volunteer

We are always looking for individuals interested in volunteering with RLT. All positions are volunteer and members contribute as much or as little time as they can.

We have special need for those interested in assisting with technical areas, such as lighting, sound, set construction, costumes and props. Whatever time or assistance you can provide is most welcome.

Membership in Rockville Little Theatre is open to everyone, with all levels of experience.

Membership dues start as low as $10, and we invite you join at a higher level or to make a tax-deductible contribution to RLT in addition to your dues. Members receive two FREE tickets for themselves or guests for every show they work on.

Print out our membership form and mail it to:

Rockville Little Theatre
P.O. Box 4466
Rockville, Maryland 20849-4466

RLT is committed to training its members. If you have a desire to try out a specific position, we will be happy to pair you up with a more experienced member. No previous experience is necessary.

Not all positions require physical labor. We always need volunteers to help usher, serve on various committees such as the Literary committee, sell season tickets, etc. If you have any talents you'd like to offer or any you want to develop, we welcome people of all ages, types, temperaments and abilities.

For more information, please e-mail volunteers@rlt-online.org.

No Experience Necessary
  • Costume Coordinators
  • Props crew
  • Set construction
  • House management
  • Ushers
  • Dressers
  • Stage hands
  • Scenery painting
  • Assistant Stage Managers
  • Assistant Producer(s)
Experience/Training Required

These positions require some training or previous experience.

  • Lighting execution
  • Lighting design
  • Sound execution
  • Sound design
  • Properties Master/Mistress
  • Producer
Maryland State Arts Council

Supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org) and the Nora Roberts Foundation (norarobertsfoundation.org)

Nora Roberts Foundation
RLT logo and show logos since the 2017-18 season courtesy of
Stacy Kleber Design