C.A.S.T.

The Cultivating Arts & Students Together (C.A.S.T.) programs at Proctors and theREP pairs youth (grade 9 and up) with volunteers to give them an in-depth, behind-the-scenes learning experience. 

C.A.S.T. members participate in a training session and volunteer during several performances during the Proctors/theREP season. 

Training
C.A.S.T. members participate in a two-hour training session in the fall. Participants will meet members of Proctors/theREP staff, learn about the role of the House Manager, Production Manager, stage crew and more. They will go on a backstage tour of the theatre to learn about its history, what happens to prepare for and during performances. They will meet some of the key volunteers, learn about the various volunteer positions and learn about what they will be doing on show nights.

Performance night
C.A.S.T. volunteers are responsible for scanning tickets at the doors for our live performances. Students may then stay and watch the performance or are permitted to leave following scanning.

Parental / guardian involvement
It is our goal to keep parents informed of assignments and schedule changes. Therefore, a parent or guardian must accompany the C.A.S.T. student to the annual meeting at the beginning of each season.  Parents/Guardians are also expected to pick their student up at the pre-arranged time and must come inside the building to get their student. Alternatively, there is a waiver that can be signed allowing the student to leave the premises without a parent/guardian. Additional information will be provided at the pre-season meeting.

Contact
Proctors C.A.S.T. program: Email Cindy Laroe or call her at (518) 382-3884 x183
theREP C.A.S.T. program: Email Katherine Stephens or call her at (518) 382-3884 x168 

Due date
Applications must be received by September 26, 2017, for the 2017-18 Season. All applications received after will be considered for the 2018-19 season.

Link
C.A.S.T. application